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Delhi government claimed that inner areas of the capital have witnessed "less pollution" compared to border areas, where its level has "significantly increased" during the ongoing second phase of odd-even car-rationing scheme
National Green Tribunal asked the Central Pollution Control Board to independently monitor and record the data of ambient air quality in Delhi during the ongoing second phase of the odd-even rule scheme.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi denied that odd-even car-rationing scheme was causing traffic jams on some city roads, saying it was due to construction and repair work being carried out by Delhi Metro, PWD and