“Once the peripheral highway is operational, a large volume of trucks and other vehicles travelling to other states would not have to enter the national capital. This will bring down pollution levels,” Rai said.CM opts for car pooling
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers continued to abide by the odd-even rule. While Kejriwal, along with with transport minister Gopal Rai and power minister Satyendra Jain, went to work together in Rai’s even numbered car, deputy CM Manish Sisodia cycled to Delhi secretariat from his Mathura Road residence. Similarly, culture minister Kapil Mishra and Women and Child minister Sandeep Kumar commuted in buses, environment minister Imran Hussain took an e-rickshaw to work.VIP car fined
A car bearing a Maharashtra registration number and huge VIP stickers was fined by the traffic police on Monday for violating the odd even rule. A Pravin Mane, who was apparently the son of politician, was stopped by the police, following which his car was seized because of a lack of relevant papers and the driver’s license.

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