New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will on Wednesday hold a review meeting on the implementing the second phase of the Odd-Even plan in the national capital.
The state government had sought public opinion via e-mail helpline and online and that data will also be released.
Government sources claim that they received more than 1, 82,808 missed calls in the Odd-even helpline number.
More than 28,300 suggestions were received online, along with 9000 emails.
The transport department sources claim that they made 10 lakh calls in Delhi to seek opinion on Odd-Even scheme.
Kejriwal would review the opinion in the meet with all the concerned departments. The government would also make the data public.
The list of exemptions during the scheme would also be discussed.
However, government sources claim that two-wheelers would remain exempted even during the next round of Odd-Even scheme, as enough public transport infrastructure is not available in the national capital.