Evens Out Pollution

Looks like odd and even rule is working out in Delhi and Hyderabad too needs such rules. Netizens give it a nod

Published: 02nd January 2016 05:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd January 2016 05:14 AM   |  A+A-

“The situation in Delhi is much graver than our state. Also, climatic conditions and vehicular population are a few factors that effect the city’s pollution levels. While Hyderabad has around 35,00,000, Delhi has almost 85,00,000. The odd even scheme is a brilliant start. The Hyderbad traffic police have already begun looking into this issue to come up with schemes that are suitable to our place and people. We will soon plan and introduce schemes that will help reduce air pollution.”


“I think it is high time  we realise the need to curtail air pollution and get going with this scheme. It might sound difficult, but we have to understand the seriousness of the issue. Not just commuters, but the administration too has to cooperate and create awareness. If this is done right, I think we can make our state a green state too.”

SANKETH NADAGOUDA, engineering student

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