New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government’s drive to seek public opinion about the ‘Odd-Even formula’ implementation entered the second day today with the consultation process taking place in East Delhi, South Delhi and North Delhi. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia will participate in the consultation process in his constituency.
“Opinions received on e-mail and Internet are positive. Saturday was the first day of the meeting but it held in limited quarters. But there are many meetings today. I will let you know about the meeting’s response by the evening ,” said Sisodia.
On Saturday, many state legislators sought the people opinion in order to bring back the scheme. AAP MLA from Tilak Nagar, Jarnail Singh, claimed that residents from his constituency had given a “go ahead” to bring back the Odd-Even scheme.
AAP MLA Parmila Tokus held a public meeting in R.K. Puram, which witnessed a bad track record of air pollution, claimed she was backed by a large section of the locals to “go ahead” with the scheme.