Delhi metro for women
Nowadays, Maitree is seen over Delhi Metro Rail Corporations social media handles – wearing a mask and gloves and spreading information about COVID 19 prevention and social distancing. Alas, due to the pandemic, it’s still uncertain when Delhites and the Delhi metro will be united soon.
The steps taken on this Women’s Day are to ensure an increase in menstrual hygiene and would lead to a surge in the number of female passengers.
According to the supplementary demands for grants tabled by Sisodia on Monday, Rs 140 crore have been set aside by the Delhi government in order to provide free rides to women in the DTC buses and the cluster buses. Another 150 crores have been set aside for free metro rides.
Two women from Odisha are making a mark in the Delhi Metro team, making their home state proud. Kabita Pradhan from Angul…