‘Over 12cr spent on odd-even scheme'
The Morning Standard|December 08, 2021
THE Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) spent over ₹12 crore from a fund set up for green projects on the implementation of the three phases of the odd-even car rationing scheme between 2016 and 2019, according to a data obtained through an RTI application.

Set up in 2008 and collected through the Department of Trade and Taxes, the Air Ambience Fund gets 25 paisa from the sale of each litre of diesel.

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