Women and people travelling with children under 12 years of age will be the only those who will be exempted from the odd-even scheme, which will be implemented in the national capital next month. “Women driving alone, cars having all women as occupants and women accompanied by children aged less than 12 years will be exempted,” Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said. The decision has been taken keeping in mind their safety, Kejriwal added. This means that unlike in the past private CNG vehicles too will have to adhere to the rationing. In the past private CNG vehicles were exempted from the odd-even scheme. *Key highlights*1. Odd – Even scheme will be implemented from 4 to 15th Nov. – Women will be exempted – Two – wheelers will be exemptedBut-CNG (including private) vehicles will not be exempted2. Anti – pollution masks will be distributed pic.twitter.com/FjDX4yn8hd — AAP (@AamAadmiParty) October 12, 2019 As far as two-wheelers are concerned, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said a decision is yet to be taken. BCCL Earlier, the transport department had suggested that two-wheelers be allowed to ply till 11 am on odd-even days. The Delhi CM also announced a seven-point action plan in November to tackle pollution in the national capital. As part of the plan, every ward in Delhi will have two environment marshals. A separate action plan will be implemented for pollution control in 12 critical areas of Delhi. Delhi government will also distribute N-95 masks to people in November. Odd-Even will be implemented in Delhi from November 4 to 15, when the pollution levels are the highest.