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The second iteration of the Delhi government’s intervention to control air pollution will begin today with another fortnight of the odd-even vehicle-rationing scheme. Till April 30, on odd dates only cars whose registration plates end with an odd number can ply and on even dates only cars with number plates that end in an even number can ply, while the rule does not apply for Sundays.
Like the first phase that began January 1, few complications are expected since today is Ram Navami, a public holiday.
With just one extra exemption, parents driving children to school, exemptions from the earlier phase continue including VIPs, two-wheelers, emergency vehicles and cars driven by single women.
The government has also decided to shift its focus from awareness last time to strict enforcement starting today. The transport department Thursday announced it will tighten enforcement for the second phase of odd-even. To this end, almost 2,500 personnel will be deployed at 200 points of the city, with ex-servicemen assigned the task of patrolling inner streets.

From India, Ahmadabad
Public transport needs to be made efficient so that people do not use private vehicles.
Odd-Even scheme is a temporary solution to a permanent problem.
Number of cars/two wheelers have shot up and trees etc have disappeared to make way for roads.
Development has caused pollution.
Delhi pollution is caused by local factors as well as from nearby states.
national will to combat and reduce pollution is a must.
Any way all the best for success to this scheme.
At least action is being taken to fight pollution.
Ignore critics.

From India, Pune
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