New Delhi, December 28: It looks the verbal disagreement between Delhi Police Commissioner and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is over. The commissioner had appealed to the people of national capital to support the Odd-Even Number Plate Scheme which would be effective from January 1, 2016. Also Read - Delhi CM Kejriwal Still Has Full Z Plus Security Cover: Centre on AAP's Claim

The scheme which was brought in front domain by the Aam Aadmi Party convener and his party people and was criticised by a lot of people both form the social and the political arena. Though the voices regarding this issue stopped soon after Chief Justice of India T S Thakur said to implement the scheme for the welfare of the people suffering in the choking polluted city. Earlier this month, Bassi had disagreed that this Odd-Even scheme might not fulfill the requirement for a cleaner Delhi. (ALSO READ: Odd Even Car Rule: Here’s final list of people who are exempt from the rule and Arvind Kejriwal, AAP MLAs are not on it!) Also Read - UPSC Exam 2021: Supreme Court Dismisses Plea Of Last Attempt Civil Service Candidates

After an disagreement on the volunteers to make traffic smoother from January 1 by helping commuters on the roads, Bassi had said earlier that no volunteers would be allowed to interfere in Delhi Police’s work. He had said, “No matter how good the cause is, we can’t let volunteers stop vehicles in running traffic. The law does not permit this and neither will we…No vigilantism will be tolerated.” However, after getting an assurance from AAP he tweeted, “DP to assist odd even to protect environment. Volunteers not to act on their own. Even stopping or asking someone to return is an IPC crime..” Also Read - 'Creating Toolkit Not an Offence': 5 Big Statements by Court as Disha Ravi Walks Out of Jail

On this AAP leader Ashutosh said that they will fully co operate with the traffic police and their volunteers will not take law into their hands. He said, “AAP volunteers will fully cooperate with the police, they will not take the law into their hands.” According to the ‘Odd-Even Plan’, vehicles with number ending with odd numbers would ply on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; while with even number would ply on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. However, there is no restrictions on Sunday. (ALSO READ: Robert Vadra opposes Arvind Kejriwal’s Odd-Even plan, calls it complete hypocrisy)