Delhi: No relief to CNG private vehicles in Odd-Even scheme

12 Oct 2019 01:39 PM

Delhi: No relief to CNG private vehicles in Odd-Even scheme

Updated 12 Oct 2019 01:39 PM

s the air quality of the national capital starts deteriorating with the onset of winter, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said the city government is doing all it can and hoped that the authorities, including the Centre, Punjab and Haryana governments, also take some concrete steps to curb the pollution.

In a series of tweets in Hindi, he said that Delhi's air pollution decreased by 25 per cent in the remaining months of the year.

"However, in October-November, the stubble burning in neighbouring states is dangerously polluting the air. The smog is coming. We are taking all the steps that we can at our level in Delhi -- Odd-even, Diwali, burning garbage, blowing dust, etc.," he said. 

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