Odd-Even Policy: Did Delhi Pass The Monday Test ?

The Delhi government downplayed all talk of Monday being the ‘real test’ of the odd-even road rationing scheme, but kept up the preparatory tempo ahead of the full-fledged working day.
Transport Minister Gopal Rai held a coordination meeting with all departments and Delhi Police Sunday to ensure action against violators. He claimed rules were relaxed on the first two days of the policy being implemented, as it was a chance to make people aware about the rules.
Some schools have resisted giving their buses for use and it has hit the government’s plans. Rai said he would put out a list of 20-odd schools that have not cooperated. “BJP or Congress schools we don’t care, we will put out (a) list of those who have not sent in their buses despite my repeated requests.” He also requested the police to put more of their personnel besides traffic officials on the roads
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The Delhi government downplayed all talk of Monday being the ‘real test’ of the odd-even road rationing scheme, but kept up the preparatory tempo ahead of the full-fledged working day. Transport Minister Gopal Rai held a coordination meeting with all departments and Delhi Police Sunday to ensure action against violators. He claimed rules were relaxed on the first two days of the policy being implemented, as it was a chance to make people aware about the rules. Some schools have resisted giving their buses for use and it has hit the government’s plans. Rai said he would put out a list of 20-odd schools that have not cooperated. “BJP or Congress schools we don’t care, we will put out (a) list of those who have not sent in their buses despite my repeated requests.” He also requested the police to put more of their personnel besides traffic officials on the roads - See more