Odd-even intrigue hits trade on Gurgaon Expressway

Commuters on a Gurgaon Expressway were stranded for hours on Monday as Delhi Police burst down on vehicles not following a odd-even order while entering a inhabitant capital, military said.

Traffic on a Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway was strike for scarcely dual hours as military launched a expostulate opposite vehicles temperament odd-numbered registration plates on a day when even-numbered cars are authorised to manipulate in Delhi.

Delhi Police’s Special Commissioner Muktesh Chander and his colleagues stopped and released ‘challans’ (traffic tickets) to automobile drivers violating a process nearby Rajoukri flyover.

Most of a fined motorists were from opposite tools of Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat and a southern states who pronounced they were not wakeful of a new policy.

“More than 200 motorists were released tickets for not following a rule,” a Delhi Police source told IANS.