New Delhi, Apr 9: The Delhi government is “truly” pondering a proposition to uphold the odd-even plan for 15 days consistently, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said today.
Tending to a question and answer session, he said a fortnight consistently was being considered since it can’t be made perpetual without a vigorous open transport framework.
The odd-even plan, which returns in the city on April 15, leaves autos conveying youngsters in school uniform out of its ambit, the main change in the diagram for its usage when contrasted with the principal stage.
The rundown of exclusions incorporate VIP and CNG autos, vehicles being driven by ladies, instances of therapeutic crisis and autos conveying incapacitated persons, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal told a question and answer session here.
Kejriwal conceded that executing the exception to autos conveying kids in school uniform would be dubious as not every such vehicle stay behind to bring understudies again from school.
“There are two sorts for this situation. In one case, a vehicle drops a tyke to class, stays put, and brings him back.
“Yet, there are situations where a kid may not be in the auto on one side of the trip. It will bring about a little inconvenience,” Kejriwal said.