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New Delhi vows free transport for women in what opposition calls a gimmick

Reuters Monday, 3 June 2019
India's capital city plans to make its state-run bus and metro network free for women commuters, hoping that higher use of public transport will improve women's safety in one of the world's largest metropolitan areas blighted by gender crime.
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News video: Free travel for women in Delhi Metro, DTC buses: Arvind Kejriwal announces | Oneindia News

Free travel for women in Delhi Metro, DTC buses: Arvind Kejriwal announces | Oneindia News 03:30

Women in Delhi will be allowed free travel in public buses and metros, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday. Nearly 30 per cent of the 40 lakh commuters who travel in state-run buses are estimated to be women.Watch video #ArvindKejriwal #PMModi #DelhiMetro

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