The National Green Tribunal on Monday asked whether the Delhi government was only informing the media about a review petition on the odd-even scheme since no review petition has been filed as yet.
Delhi Government has still not moved modification application on NGT on the issue of odd-even.
NGT observed, "government approaching us or was its minister's statement for press only?"
Earlier on Saturday, citing the National Green Tribunal’s conditions of no exemption to 2-wheelers and women, the Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot on Saturday called off odd-even scheme which was due to be implemented between November 13 and 17.
The Transport Minister said that they will file a review petition for them to reconsider their decision regarding no exemption to 2-wheelers and women.
"In light of the the two conditions by NGT on 2 wheelers and women, at the moment we are calling it off. We will go back to NGT on Monday, file a review petition for them to reconsider their decision regarding the two," said Gehlot.
NGT gave its nod to the Delhi government to implement the odd even scheme with an underlying objective to improve the dismal air quality.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Saturday heard the Delhi government’s arguments on the scheme's effectiveness and accordingly took its decision.
NGT directed "Odd Even scheme must be implemented in Delhi NCR as and when PM 10 crosses 300 level and PM 2.5 crosses 500". The NGT said that the emergency vehicles shall get an exemption during the odd even scheme.
The tribunal on Friday said the scheme was a “farce”, and that it cannot be implemented from next week without its permission. The National Green Tribunal on Friday directed the Delhi government to submit data or studies on the basis of which it has planned to introduce the odd-even car-rationing scheme for five days from next week.