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Delhi's Odd-Even Scheme: CM Arvind Kejriwal calls meeting, National Green Tribunal to review decision

India Today Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
Kejriwal will, in a meeting today, discuss the implementation of the Odd-Even scheme that will be enforced for five days next week from November 13 to 17.
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News video: Delhi Govt Rolls Back Odd-Even After NGT Refuses To Exempt Women

Delhi Govt Rolls Back Odd-Even After NGT Refuses To Exempt Women 01:55

Arvind Kejriwal led New Delhi government on Saturday rolled back the implementation of odd-even plan after the National Green Tribunal refused to exempt women and VIP from using their cars everyday. AAP said that it would be like compromising with women safety and this wasn’t acceptable to...

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