Odd-Even: Over 2000 Vehicles Penalised, AQI Remains 'Very Poor'
Meanwhile, the hearing on growing pollution in Delhi will be held at the Supreme Court on Friday. In the hearing, the Kejriwal government will have to show through data or records how pollution levels in Delhi have reduced with the introduction of the Odd-Even Scheme. Also, a petition demanding a stop to the Odd-Even Scheme will be heard in the Supreme Court. The Air Quality Index in many areas of Delhi-NCR remains above 300 on Friday. Watch the full report here:
Friday marks the fifth day of the odd-even scheme by the #Delhi Government in a bid to curb #airpollution. Till now, over 2000 vehicles have been penalised but the #airquality remains 'very poor'#OddEven— GoNewsIndia (@GoNews_India) November 8, 2019
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