Free DTC bus ride begins for women in Delhi today

29 Oct 2019 09:24 AM

Free DTC bus ride begins for women in Delhi today

Updated 29 Oct 2019 09:24 AM

Delhi government's free DTC bus ride scheme for women has come into force from today.
To ensure safety of women in the public transport, number of marshals deployed in the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses will be increased to around 13,000.
Addressing newly recruited bus marshals at the Tyagraj Stadium, Kejriwal said he was assigning them with duty to ensure safe ride for women in buses. Make them comfortable in buses, he told marshals.
The announcement has come a day before the rollout of the scheme to provide free ride to women in DTC and cluster buses. The move would help achieve government commitment towards boosting security of women in Delhi, he added.

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