New Delhi, Nov 5: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday evening claimed that Delhi air witnessed slight improvement because of the successful implementation of the Odd-Even scheme and other reasons.
The Chief Minister urged the people to put in a collective effort so that pollution generated from within the Delhi can be kept under control.
Taking to twitter, Mr Kejriwal said, '' Delhi air is better today as compared to yesterday's because of odd-even and other reasons''.
The average ambient air quality in the National Capital is still under 'very poor' category with an index value of 376 in the evening , according to the Central Pollution Control Board. It was under 'severe' category in the morning as per the CPCB. (UNI)