'Odd-even scheme' comes to an end, Delhiites 'agree' to its extension

Odd-even scheme came to an end on Nov 15. The pollution level of Delhi is still under 'severe' category. As per the Air Quality Index (AQI) data by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), PM 2.5 is at 456. During a recent interview, CM Kejriwal said "Odd-even scheme will be extended, if needed". One of the commuters said, "It is a nice concept. One's life is above anything else. It indeed brought easiness in commuting from one place to another. It also reduces noise pollution. It should be extended. "Another commuter said, "Pollution is reducing because of odd-even and even the crowd on the roads also reduced. It should extend" Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led government in Delhi has announced implementation of odd-even scheme from Nov 04-15.