Kejriwal seeks Shah s help to make Delhi safer for women
| Monday | 2nd December, 2019
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday sought the cooperation and help of Union Home Minister Amit Shah to make the city a safer place for women.
Participating in a discussion in the Delhi Assembly on women security, Kejriwal asked his deputy Manish Sisodia to see whether there is need to introduce courses in schools to sensitise students about crime against women.
"We need your (Shah's) cooperation and we need your help.
"Delhi is a crime capital, and I am sure no party, whether BJP or AAP, feels good about Delhi being called a crime capital.
Out of the 2,80,000 cameras, installation of 1,40,000 cameras is in progress, and around 1,05,000 cameras have already been installed across the city," Kejriwal said.
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