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Odd-Even scheme is ‘maximum publicity, minimum effect’: BJP

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New Delhi : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Vijay Goel on Sunday said the people of Delhi are suffering due to the implementation of the Odd-Even scheme and alleged that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government is spending public money in advertisements.

He said he is totally against the ‘Delhi bole dil se Odd Even phir se’ poster of the Arvind Kejriwal-led government and said that the slogan should instead be ‘Delhi bole di se loot maar kyun phir se’.

“The people, who have CNG and two cars are happy, but those who have only one car is suffering in the heat. The Aam Aadmi Party is using public money in their advertisements not in Delhi, but in the entire country. I oppose this heavy challan of two thousand rupees” he told ANI.

“Everyone does not know how to ride bike. So, it is difficult for the general public to drop their children to school,” he added.

Goel had on Friday announced that he would violate the Odd-Even rule on Monday as a mark of protest which he alleged is a ‘publicity stunt’ by Kejriwal. (ANI)

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