GUWAHATI: The Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said, the odd-even scheme that will be implemented from 4th to 15th November in the capital will not include two-wheelers.
In a press conference, reading a list of exemptions, Kejriwal said that, vehicles carrying school children will also be exempted from the Odd-even Scheme.
He further added that it is not applicable for the Chief Ministers of other States and UTs, but it will be applicable for the Chief Minister and Ministers of Delhi.
The list of exemptions includes vehicles of President, Vice-President, Prime Minister, Union Ministers, and Governors of States among others.
The CM also clarified that the scheme is applicable for vehicles coming from other states, besides non-transport 4- wheeled vehicles.
Women driving alone, cars having all women passengers and women accompanied by children aged less than 12 years will also be exempted.
He also notified that the scheme will be in force from 8 am to 8 pm and violation of it will cost a fine of 4000 rupees.
According to the scheme, cars with number plates ending with an odd number will only be allowed to run on odd-numbered days. While cars ending with number plate in an even number will be allowed to ply on even-numbered days.
Private CNG vehicles will be banned during the scheme which will also cover all non-goods vehicles entering Delhi from other states.