The Odd-Even rule is all set to be implemented in the Capital from November 4 to 15 in an attempt to curb pollution that hovers over Delhi during winters. And under the amended Motor Vehicles Act, violating the rule may cost you a fine of Rs. 20,000. Earlier, defaulters were fined Rs. 2,000 for the same. However, transport minister Kailash Gahloth said that the government is mulling to reduce the fine. Under the Odd-Even rule, vehicles ending in odd and even numbers will be allowed on Delhi roads, on alternate days.
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