CM Arvind Kejriwal has also urged mothers to talk to their sons and tell them that they won’t be accepted at the home if they do any wrong to women.
We have now reached a stage wherein metropolitan cities, most stakeholders agree that women drivers is a possibility and it is a good idea, said Meenu Vadera, founder of Sakha Consulting and Executive Director of Azad Foundation.
“Through the platform, we want to encourage our girl students to acquire skills of the 21st century that are necessary to secure jobs, not just in India but also all across the world,” said Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia.
This move will enable them to have enhanced control over the Anganwaadi centres by real-time monitoring and enabling Aadhaar-based registration of people employed in them, said senior Delhi government officials on Tuesday.
The bench consisting of justices G S Sistani and Jyoti Singh ordered all the stakeholders to prepare an action plan on how Delhi can be made crime-free.
Don’t get me wrong, our excesses have soared to a point where such an intervention is essential, no doubt about that. But in the long run, like Swacch Bharat, we need a campaign to sensitised citizens, to drill some ecological awareness in everyone.
If children are not safe even in national capital, we should all hang our heads in shame. CCTV cameras helped in nabbing accused. We are installing cameras across Delhi, said Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.
Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri in Lok Sabha denies that Union Government has any proposal for free rides for women in Delhi Metro.
The idea is such that as soon as a person finds uncivil activity taking place in the bus, they will press the panic button which will make the hooters to come alive and start buzzing like a siren.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia announced that around three lakh CCTV cameras will be installed in Delhi keeping in mind women’s safety.
The AAP, is planning to provide free travelling facility on the metro and bus transport system for women in Delhi. A good step say women.
Increasing cases of harassment and molestation reported by women traveling in buses has led the Delhi government to conduct a study to bring better solutions for crimes against women.