New Delhi, Dec 30: Delhi High Court on Monday refused to entertain plea seeking exemption of lawyers in the Odd Even formula on Wednesday. The court also sought response from Delhi government on a plea which challenges exemption to two wheelers and women in the Odd eve formula. Court asked the Delhi government to file a response by January 6. Also Read - Arvind Kejriwal Blames BJP For Red Fort Violence, Says Farmers Can Be Anything But Anti-Nationals

After announcing the formula, Kejriwal had mentioned a list of names of people who will be exempted from the formula. However, vehicles of chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and member of Legislative Assembly belonging to the Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) will not be exempted from following the odd even rule. Kejriwal on Wednesday administered pledge to Delhi school students to combat air pollution by following the odd-even formula. He made students promise to curb pollution of making Delhi clean. He also said that citizens should also follow car-pooling that will be further helping in cutting down of pollution rate in Delhi. (Also Read- Odd Even Car Rule: Here’s final list of people who are exempt from the rule) Also Read - Delhi CM Kejriwal Still Has Full Z Plus Security Cover: Centre on AAP's Claim

The odd-even formula will be implemented from January 1, 2016 to curb rising pollution in the national capital. The formula will be implemented on trial basis from January 1 to January 15, 2016 in Delhi. The decision taken by Delhi government comes after the increase in rising pollution levels in the city. The Delhi High Court earlier refused to stay the odd-even formula to check air pollution from January 1-15, 2016. Also Read - Toolkit Case: Climate Activist Disha Ravi to be Produced in Patiala High Court Today