Rush for hologram CNG stickers at CNG outlets in Delhi

December 29, 2015: With just two days to go before the odd-even traffic rule comes into force in Delhi, motorists rushed to CNG outlets of Indraprastha Gas Ltd (IGL) on Tuesday, seeking special hologram stickers for their vehicles equipped with the green fuel kits.

Delhi’s transport minister Gopal Rai said the stickers would be issued only to those who produced the registration certificates indicating their vehicles were equipped with CNG kits. The special hologram stickers have special features ensuring they cannot be copied or stuck on to another vehicle after being removed from the original car.

IGL has made arrangements to issue the hologram stickers at nearly a hundred outlets in Delhi, besides nearly a score in other parts of the NCR including Ghaziabad, Noida and Greater Noida.

The Delhi government has warned that motorists using fake CNG stickers would be penalised and those with fake number plates would even be imprisoned.

The odd-even scheme is being introduced on a temporary basis during the first fortnight of January. VVIPs of the central government and other state governments – except Delhi – have been exempt from the rule.