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Delhi High Court refuses to stay odd-even vehicle formula

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to stay the Delhi government''s decision to restrict the number of private vehicles on roads on the basis of odd-even number of their licence plates from

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Publish Date: Dec 9 2015 4:28PM | Updated Date: Dec 9 2015 4:36PM

Delhi High Court refuses to stay odd-even vehicle formula

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to stay the Delhi government's decision to restrict the number of private vehicles on roads on the basis of odd-even number of their licence plates, scheduled to begin from  January 1. The court termed the PIL as prematured.

 
A Division Bench comprising Chief Justice G. Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath said the government decision to restrict private vehicles was just a proposal and asked the petitioner to come after two weeks if the petitioner is concerned about the public interest.