The fate of the odd-even vehicle scheme will be decided on January 11 by the Delhi High Court which had yesterday reserved its order on various pleas challenging the AAP government’s ambitious pilot project which will continue till then. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath reserved the order after the Delhi government informed it that the pollution level of particulate matter across the national capital showed a declining trend due to implementation of the scheme.


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Reports of extension of odd-even scheme beyond Jan 15 are false: Gopal Rai