Women in Delhi can soon travel free on public transport, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced today, days after his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was wiped out in all seven Lok Sabha seats in the recent national election. The move, which is yet to be cleared by the centre, will be launched in three months. The Delhi Chief Minister added that the move would cost the Delhi government Rs 700 crore this year. The BJP hit back saying that the Mr Kejriwal is in panic mode after the elections and questioned AAP on the latter's promise of Marshals in the Metro. On the show tonight, we discuss, is Mr Kejriwal's big promise a political gimmick or genuine concern for women's safety?
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