People believe promoting the public transport would have been a much better step towards curbing the city's rising pollution.
#DelhiOddEvenLogic Option 1: Buy cycle (only brands with no numbers in it)— Nandagopal Rajan (@nandu79) December 5, 2015
They said the creation of new zones where only public transport could be allowed and not the private vehicles would have served the purpose in a much better way.
This even/odd number rule looks like something that would suit the rich, who have more den 2 cars. #DelhiOddEvenLogic— Eshna (@esh_atd) December 5, 2015
At a meeting, the decision was taken by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and will not apply to CNG-driven buses, taxis and auto-rickshaws. But will cover vehicles entering Delhi from other states.
#DelhiOddEvenLogic is a total scrap Make PUC compliance strict Make Govt vehicles buses pollution free Promote Car pooling Incentive to CNG— #Intolerant CA Amit (@amitakjain) December 5, 2015
The sweeping move (like the one taken in Beijing in 2013) will apply to a large bulk of the some 90 lakh vehicles registered in Delhi.
ask the normal people . We have more practical solutions than you #DelhiOddEvenLogic— Rohan Tiwari (@rohantiwari19) December 5, 2015
It is pertinent to mention here that about 1,500 new vehicles are added in Delhi, every day.
Many of the city dwellers also suggested that the new policy would increase their expenditure for travelling.
Youngsters believe the new decision would lead to illegal activities such as bribery to traffic police and possession of multiple number plates.