New Delhi: Delhi will hold its fourth car-free day on Friday with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal leading a cycle rally, the city government said on Thursday.
The exercise, which is organised on the 22nd of every month to curb pollution and decongest traffic, comes after the recently concluded 15-day odd-even traffic restriction scheme.
Kejriwal will lead the cycle rally from the Delhi University campus to Chhatrasal Stadium in north Delhi.
The university's teachers and students will take part in the cycle rally. The government had decided to run 10 additional buses on the car-free stretch. (IANS)