After the Delhi government introduced the odd-even number policy to curb pollution in the capital, the AAP Friday announced that it will hold a week-long awareness campaign on the issue.
While the campaign schedule has not been announced yet, the party plans to involve MLAs, ministers and volunteers to reach out to Delhi residents and allay fears and apprehensions regarding the scheme.
The AAP also plans to launch the campaign on social media. “The campaign will see the participation of MLAs, ministers apart from a large number of volunteers and workers in each constituency across the city,” said Saurabh Bhardwaj, AAP spokesperson and Greater Kailash MLA.
Last week, the government had announced its decision to restrict movement of private vehicles on Delhi roads for 15 days in January.
Under the government’s scheme, private vehicles with odd and even numbers will be allowed to ply on alternate days from January 1.