Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Thursday told that Odd-Even to be enforced from November 13 to November 17 in the national capital.
While talking to PTI, he shared the information, saying that Odd-Even to be enforced from November 13 to November 17.
Odd-Even will be implemented from November 13-17. Request people and all agencies to cooperate. Exemptions will be same as last time, said Kailash Gehlot, Delhi Transport Minister.
"We are calling a meeting of cabs and taxis on Friday and we will ensure that there will be no surge pricing this time", added Kailash Gehlot.
Earlier in the day, speaking on deteriorating air pollution conditions in the national capital, Kejriwal urged all government to unite for the cause, saying that the entire Northern India would turn into gas chamber if steps are not taken.
The Delhi chief minister said the issue of crop burning must be addressed.
#Odd-even to be enforced between November 13-17 in Delhi: Tranport Minister Kailash Gahlot to PTI.— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) November 9, 2017