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New Delhi, Nov 13: The Delhi government will approach the NGT court on Monday and file a review petition, asking the tribunal to reconsider their decision regarding exemptions to women and two-wheelers under odd-even scheme. During the hearing, the tribunal had questioned the Kejriwal government as to why it was granting exemptions to certain sections if the aim was to improve air quality.

“In light of the the two conditions by NGT on 2 wheelers & 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,” Kailash Gehlot, Delhi Transport Minister was quoted as saying by ANI.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court will on Monday hear the review petition filed by one of the convicts, Mukesh, in the Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case. Earlier, the apex court had upheld the Delhi High Court order which had sentenced Mukesh and other three convicts to the gallows.