The traffic rationing scheme prohibited plying of private vehicles based on the last digit of their registration numbers. Vehicles with even digits were only allowed to ply on even dates, and those with odd numbers on odd dates.
Locals especially the middle-aged people complained of breathless and fatigue and have urged the government to take requisite measures to combat the menace.
The meeting was supposed to discuss measures to deal with the on-going health emergency in Delhi, on 15th November.
Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government's Odd-Even scheme ended on Friday. The Chief Minister had said that state government will take a decision on Monday on the continuation of the scheme.
Delhi is again in the grip of toxic air with air quality index falling to severe level. Residents are facing huge difficulty in breathing, walking and going out in public.
The court also directed the Centre to prepare a road map for installation of air-purifying towers to deal with the pollution crisis in the national capital.
This was the third edition of the odd-even restrictions, a flagship scheme of the AAP government, on private vehicles in Delhi.
The study said in total, around 2 billion children live in areas that exceed the World Health Organisation annual limit of 10 mg/m3 (the amount of micrograms of ultra-fine particulate matter per cubic metre of air that constitutes a long term hazard).
Air quality condition is likely to marginally improve by tomorrow (Friday), but a reasonable improvement to the 'very poor' is expected only by November 16 (Saturday).
The road rationing scheme prohibits plying of private vehicles based on the last digit of their registration numbers. Vehicles with even digits are only allowed to ply on even days, and those with odd numbers on odd days.