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BJP's Vijay Goel fined as he breaks Odd-even rule in Delhi

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 4 November 2019, 15:00 IST
Goel Kejriwal

BJP leader Vijay Goel has fiend by Delhi Traffic Police on Monday after he was found driving the odd-numbered vehicle on the roads. He was driving an Odd number vehicle in the protest against the provision of Odd-even scheme that has come to enforce since morning.

According to the rules and regulations, today is 4th November and it is marked for the even-numbered vehicles, however, Goel in the protest chose to drive an odd-numbered vehicle.

While interacting with the media, Vijay Goel said "This scheme is just a gimmick, they [Delhi government] themselves say pollution is due to stubble burning, then how does this scheme help? I am ready to pay the fine for violation."

Earlier on Sunday, Vijay Goel had said that he will surely break the rule to protest against the odd-even scheme of Delhi government. He already announced that he will drive his odd-numbered car on the streets of Delhi on Monday to oppose the move.

He has stated this scheme as an 'election stunt' and a 'drama'. Noticeably, this odd-even scheme programme of AAP government will be force till 15th November. According to the rule, no private vehicle on these days registration numbers ending with even or odd won't be allowed to come on their odd-even dates.

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First published: 4 November 2019, 14:42 IST