The Delhi Government on Tuesday announced that the government-certified stickers for four-wheeled CNG vehicles meant to enable plying during the implementation of the ‘Odd-Even’ car rationing formula will be available only at one place in the city.
“Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) will stop issuing special CNG stickers required for exemption from ‘Odd-Even’ rule tonight from CNG stations. From Wednesday, these stickers will be available only at CGO complex on Lodhi Road,” said Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai.
Till Tuesday, the stickers for CNG cars, exempted from the scheme, were available at 95 CNG filling stations in the city and 19 such stations in the national capital region.
These stickers have a special logo that can be detected with the help of an instrument.
The ‘Odd-Even’ scheme was launched January 1 to curb rising vehicular pollution and will continue till 15th of this month on trial basis.
If the plan, currently in its trial phase, is successful and pollution levels see a reduction the government could well extend the scheme.