Kejriwal urges Amit Shah to help boost women security
| Tuesday | 3rd December, 2019
During the discussion, however, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said there should not be politics over the issue and urged Union Home Minister Amit Shah to come together to improve the situation.
Urging Home Minister Amit Shah to join hands to deal with crime against women, he said, “Delhi needs his support to make the city a safe place.
“On one hand, the Centre talks about women security with ‘beti bachao, beti padhao’, on the other they are doing nothing,” said Bandana Kumari (AAP).
Leader of Opposition Vijender Gupta (BJP), criticised the Kejriwal government for doing nothing for last mile connectivity.
While the AAP was blaming the Centre, it had done nothing for women security, he added.
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