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203 fined on first day of odd-even plan implementation

New Delhi, Jan 2: More than 203 people were challaned on new year day for the violation of norms in the odd-even scheme on the first day of its implementation in the national capital.

The first prosecution for violating the odd-even scheme took place at ITO junction about 33 minutes after the restrictions became operational at 8 AM today.

While 138 peoples were challaned by Delhi Traffic Police, 65 were fined by officials of Delhi Government's transport department, said police and senior government officials.

"Delhi Police had challaned around 81 people till 5 PM, the rest were prosecuted in the peak evening hours," Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Muktesh Chander said.

A senior government official said that, besides the transport department issuing challans to 65 motorists for violation of odd-even rules, 76 auto-drivers were challaned for refusal to take passengers and refusing to be hired by the meter, making it tougher for people who left their cars at home

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