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Delhi govt forms committee to finalise penalty for violating odd-even formula

Delhi govt forms committee to finalise penalty for violating odd-even formula
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Delhi government has formed a four-member committee to finalise the penalty that violators would have to pay for violating the odd-even vehicle rule, which would come into effect from January one in the National Capital.

Delhi government has formed a four-member committee to finalise the penalty that violators would have to pay for violating the odd-even vehicle rule, which would come into effect from January one in the National Capital.


Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai said that the committee, to be headed by Chief Secretary K K Sharma, will have its members, Secretary (Transport), Divisional Commissioner and Secretary (Environment).

"The four-member committee will soon submit its report on imposition of penalty on violators of odd-evens scheme. After the committee's report, government will take a final decision in this regard," Rai said.

The Arvind Kejriwal government has also decided to install remote sensor cameras on some points to assess impact of vehicular movement on roads during 15-day trial period of odd-even formula.

To curb rising pollution level in the national capital, the AAP government has decided to introduce odd-even scheme to be implemented starting January 1. He also said that government will install remote censor cameras on some roads to access traffic loads during this scheme.

Government said that it will run 6,000 additional buses to accommodate numbers of passengers after the implementation of odd-even scheme.
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