The Delhi government took the first step in combating the pollution by rolling out odd-even scheme for vehicle usage. While most people are of the opinion that this step will have the least effect on the environment, Kejriwal and his followers think this as a revolutionary initiative.
Yesterday, it was a bad day for Rajan Arora, an ardent supporter of Aam Aadmi Party, when his father experienced a mild cardiac arrest. Rajan wanted to take his father to the hospital immediately. However, he soon realised that his vehicle is odd-numbered and the vehicles of only even number were allowed on that day as per the new rule. As a firm believer of idealogue Kejriwal, Mr. Rajan resisted to violate the rule and ended up not taking his father out to the hospital.
After a few hours, he realised that he can call ambulance as ambulance and some other special vehicles are exempted from this odd-even rule. That is when he took his father and according to The Fauxy reporter, his father is recovering.