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New Delhi: Maken slams Goel for violating Odd-Even says 'grow up'
Congress leader Ajay Maken on Monday slammed BJP MP and former Union minister Vijay Goel for defying the Odd-Even scheme in the national capital and asked him to "grow up".
New Delhi (IANS): Congress leader Ajay Maken on Monday slammed BJP MP and former Union minister Vijay Goel for defying the Odd-Even scheme in the national capital and asked him to "grow up".
Makena's remarks came after Goel and Delhi BJP in-charge ShyamJaju travelled in an odd number car from the former's residence to ITO, on a day when only even number cars were allowed on the roads.
In 2016, Goel had violated the first edition of the Odd-Even scheme and paid a penalty of Rs 2,000.
"Vijay Goel MP - A lawmaker! Is deliberately driving an odd number car on an even-numbered day. As a lawmaker - how can he deliberately break the law? I've been the most vocal critic of (Delhi Chief Minister) Kejriwal. But, I will never contribute to air pollution as a way of protest. Grow up Vijay Goel," Maken tweeted.
The third Odd-Even car rationing scheme aimed to provide relief from pollution kicked-off on Monday. The scheme will remain in force till November 15 and the rules for this will be applicable in Delhi from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Violation of the scheme will attract a penalty of Rs 4,000, which is double the amount charged in the earlier editions of the scheme.