Odd-even policy: Congress, BJP stick to rules

At the Congress headquarters most cars parked inside the premises were even-numbered, barring a dusty white Ambassador with an odd-number plate which did not seem to have been taken out in a long while.

Written by Aditi Vatsa | Delhi | Published:January 5, 2016 2:55 am

Despite raising apprehensions about the odd-even scheme, leaders and members of the Congress and the BJP seemed to be following the rule.

Just like on the first day, on Monday too the BJP seemed to have followed the scheme. Both the national and state offices of the party had mostly even-numbered vehicles parked outside the premises. The relatively fewer odd-numbered cars had CNG stickers on them, except a lone odd-numbered car outside the national BJP office which did not have the sticker. But unlike January 1, Monday saw many more cars parked outside both offices, as well as two-wheelers.

At the Congress headquarters most cars parked inside the premises were even-numbered, barring a dusty white Ambassador with an odd-number plate which did not seem to have been taken out in a long while.

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