NEW DELHI: Senior BJP leader Vijay Goel, who recently paid fine for wilfully violating the rule of the odd-even plan, today led a group of volunteers to assess public opinion on the road-rationing scheme implemented by the AAP government.
"Scores of persons gave their views on whether the scheme has been a success or a failure. A report on the two-day survey will be presented on April 29," the BJP MP said.
Goel who himself sought feedback from the people at Rajiv Chowk Metro station claimed that about "30 per cent" people have bought a second car due to the fear of paying Rs 2,000 fine on violation of the odd-even rule.
The additional cars will cause traffic jams and parking problems after the odd-even scheme ends on April 30, he said.