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Delhi air pollution: AAP Government withdraws petition for odd-even modifications as NGT refuses to exempt women, two-wheelers
The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday suggested that the AAP government should take care of the logical explanations for the Odd-Even exemptions when they approach them again.
The NGT had on November 11 given a conditional nod to the AAP government's decision to implement the odd-even car rationing scheme for five days from November 13.
According to V Faye McNeill, associate professor of Chemical Engineering in the institute, the impact of the odd-even scheme fizzles out eventually as drivers find ways around the restrictions.
Residents continue to struggle as smog surrounds Delhi; Government to approach NGT again over odd-even policy
Earlier in the day, the NGT gave a go-ahead to the Delhi government on odd-even with no exemption for the two-wheelers, women and VIPs.
The government said it will move the NGT on Monday requesting a review of its order and if the exemptions are granted, the scheme's implementation "will be considered".
The Aam Aadmi Party said today that the odd-even scheme cannot be implemented without exceptions and the safety of women cannot be risked.
NGT gives green signal to Delhi's odd-even scheme to curb air pollution; no exemptions to VVIPs, women
No exemption will be granted to women, two-wheelers or VVIPs, announced a bench headed by NGT chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar.
Vijay Goel asked the Delhi government to restore Delhi's sanctity and make things stable and better again
Delhi government cannot implement odd-even scheme till its efficacy is proven, says National Green Tribunal
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) today reviewed the Delhi government's decision to roll out odd-even car rationing scheme for five days starting from November 13.
The Delhi Transport Corporation has a bus fleet of around 4,000 buses while there are over 1,600 cluster buses that form the backbone of the public transport along with Metro.
The scheme will be in place from 8 am to 8 pm and there will exemptions for women drivers and two-wheelers, Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said.
The Delhi government is ready to roll out the odd-even scheme if air pollution levels persist in 'severe plus' category for 48 hours, Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said today.
The Delhi Government has said it might have to resort to emergency measures, including implementation of odd-even schemes, due to increase in pollution level in the capital.
Initiatives such as mohalla clinics that have attracted global accolades and school education reforms will see further progress in 2017.