Over 600 Challaned on Sixth Day of Odd-even

Enforcement teams of Delhi govt and Delhi Traffic Police booked as many as 635 motorists for violating the odd-even.

Published: 21st April 2016 01:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st April 2016 01:39 AM   |  A+A-

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Delhi Volunteers present red roses to an offender of odd-even scheme at Gurgaon border in New Delhi on Friday. The second phase of the scheme was rolled out in the national capital. |PTI


NEW DELHI: Enforcement teams of Delhi government and Delhi Traffic Police booked as many as 635 motorists for violating the odd-even scheme today.

Delhi Traffic Police challaned 217 violators while Transport department and district administration teams booked 418 people for driving odd-numbered vehicles.

Yesterday, officials had issued 579 challans. The curb on vehicles under the scheme is enforced between 8 AM and 8 PM on weekdays.

A penalty of Rs 2,000 under relevant sections of the Motor Vehicles Act is levied on violators of the road- rationing scheme under which cars with odd and even-numbered license plates ply on alternate days.

April 15, the first day of odd-even second phase had seen a total of 1,311 challans. The figures came down subsequently as penal action slowed down movement of vehicles leading to congestion.

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