The Delhi government appears set to implement the third phase of odd-even traffic rule from November 13 to 17, as the national capital faces an environmental emergency.
Odd-even to be enforced between November 13-17 in Delhi: Tranport Minister Kailash Gahlot
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The Supreme Court appointed environment body and the Delhi Lt. Governor on Wednesday instructed the Delhi government to stay prepared to roll out the odd-even car rationing scheme, with air pollution levels rising alarmingly.
Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot is to hold a meeting on the issue in the evening when a formal announcement is to be made, officials said.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal re-tweeted posts by media houses saying the odd-even will kick in from November 13.
Government officials said that modalities of the road rationing scheme are being worked out.