A man tried to throw shoe at Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, while he was addressing media persons on the second odd-even plan in national capital on Saturday.
Shoe was caught mid-way by an AAP supporter, who was sharing the dais with Kejriwal.
Accused man claimed he was from Aam Aadmi Sena, a breakaway faction of AAP. He was also heard shouting about the issue of corruption.
Few months back, a woman from Aam Aadmi Sena threw ink on Kejriwal during a function to thank people of Delhi for the success of the odd-even formula.
While continuing with press conference after the incident, Kejriwal announced guidelines for the second leg of the 'odd-even' traffic scheme in Delhi, saying women drivers and vehicles carrying students in uniform will be exempted from the restrictions.
"Women drivers, CNG-operated vehicles, chief ministers of states and vehicles carrying students in uniform will remain exempted from the restrictions of the second phase of odd-even traffic scheme," Kejriwal told reporters.
Delhi's chief minister and ministers would not be exempted from 'odd-even' restrictions, he said.
He also launched a helpline for 'odd-even' part two.
“People can call on 011-422400400 if they have any questions related to odd-even traffic scheme.”
Second phase of the odd-even traffic scheme will start on April 15 and will continue till April 30.
Late in evening, accused shoe thrower was detained by police.