New Delhi: After Car Free Day It Is Car Free Delhi


New Delhi: Gas chamber Delhi without cars? 

The Delhi high court after the alarming air pollution levels in the national capital declared Delhi has become a Gas chamber.

The Delhi government was bashed up by the High court to make an action plan to reduce the levels of pollution in the city.  As a result, Kejriwal government has moved a step further and finally decided on Friday that from 1st January itself the private vehicles in Delhi will run on alternate days as per even and odd registration numbers.

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Air pollution in different areas in the capital

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To be precise the vehicles ending with an even number will be allowed on a certain day while those with odd number plates will be allowed to be driven on roads the next day.Allowing each car running for 15 days only.
This rule is not applicable for Public vehicles or the vehicles coming outside of Delhi.


New Delhi: Gas chamber Delhi without cars?

Delhi government is expecting to lower the rates of pollution emission to almost half in the capital by taking such a  contentious step.
It has been found that Delhi has cars more than Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai combined while on an average nearly 1000 cars add up every day to the cluttered Delhi roads.


After Car free day its Car free Delhi

The court identified dust particles and vehicular emissions as the two major causes of air pollution in Delhi. It asked both the Centre and the Delhi governments to ensure no construction of building or roads takes place without first ensuring that the generation of dust was minimised.

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It has already created trepidation amongst Delhites, while other political parties are admonishing the current government’s decision, calling it an unthought plan and a strategy to be in  the limelight.

Meanwhile, The government is also planning on shutting down the three thermal plants in the city.


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