The Chief Minister of Delhi on Monday announced that the woman commuters in Delhi soon be able to travel freed on public transport, DTC Buses and DMRC Metro.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal further said that the step is taken for the safety purpose of the woman commuters in Delhi. He further stated that the whole process will cost the government Rs.700 cr this year.
However, the process is still waiting approval from the central government.
The netizens have different opinion and remarks regarding Mr. Kejriwal and his government’s decision to make public transport free for women.
I find it funny when BJP Bhakts blame AAP Govt for giving away freebies and crying that it will be bad for economy and THEY have not fulfilled all the promises.
Fun fact: Delhis GDP growth is 8.6%
And Indias GDP growth is 5.8%.
— Shah ji (@peshwabajirao20) June 3, 2019
Fed up with freebie Politics:
Fed up with this Freebie politics. These politicians don’t know how to use our tax money efficiently. Just to please ppl they are wasting funds, instead the quality cud be improved
— Shara Akash (@prashatw) June 3, 2019
Should be stopped?
Freebies should be stopped for election purpose. If all the CMs resort to such measures, country would go back. I doubt women in Delhi are happy about free tickets to them. Populist program should be stopped. It’s Kejriwal’s desperate attempt to safeguard power.#AAPFreeTicket
— Vishweshwar Bhat (@VishweshwarBhat) June 3, 2019
Taxpayer’s Money and Statue
Where does the ‘taxpayer’ concern goes when crores of money are thrown in the making of statuses, changing the name of places, spending crores on advertising? #AAPFreeTicket is being done from the taxpayers Money for the taxpayers. Governments are elected to benefit people.
— Swati Singh (@itssinghswati) June 3, 2019
Buying women votes:
unfortunate.. this is a clear case of buying women votes…so an insult to women commuters. If it was a subsidy and intentions good..it would have been directed towards needy people.Y should tax payer shell out money..4 AAP 2win d elections. #AAPFreeTicket
— Rita Parekh (@parekh_rita) June 3, 2019
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