Kejriwal said, "We are launching Mukhya Mantri septic tank safai yojana. Tendering will be done by next month. The govt will carry out the cleaning of septic tanks for free. DJB trucks will be deployed for this purpose."
Odd-even will be applicable in Delhi from November 4 to November 15, from 8 am to 8 pm, except on Sundays. Those found violating the odd-even rule will be fined Rs 4,000. This has been increased from the Rs 2,000 in the last two editions of the scheme.
The study was conducted during the first phase of the scheme, which was implemented between January 1 and 15 in 2016. The Delhi government has planned to implement the road space rationing scheme again between November 4 and 15 this year.
Kejriwal encouraged students to convince their parents, relatives to go for carpooling, as public transport vehicles like buses and Delhi Metro are likely to be quite crowded for 15 days during which the scheme is to be implemented.
As the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi embarks on an ambitious plan to control pollution levels in the capital, including allowing odd, even numbered vehicles on the city’s roads on alternate days from January 1, Satyendar Jain and Gopal Rai are ministers tasked with implementing some of these measures. PWD Minister Jain heads the […]
The odd-even scheme for plying of private vehicles in the city will be in force from 8 AM-8 PM from January 1 for an initial period of 15 days and there will be no restrictions on vehicular movement on Sundays, the Delhi government said today. A high-level meeting, chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, also […]