New Delhi, Sept 13: As the national capital Delhi reels under rising crime against women, the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday, Sept 12, expressed his fears when his teenage daughter gets late for home.
During a consultation on the draft women's rights bill organised by Delhi Dialogue Commission (DDC), Kejriwal said that his entire family remains worried till the time their daughter does not return home from her IIT campus.
He also admitted that if being a CM , he is worried about his daughter, then he can understand the concern of the common people also.
While saying that women safety is his government's top priority, Kejriwal asserted that Women's rights bill will be tabled in Delhi assembly's next session.
He also emphasised on empowering Delhi Commission for Women (DCW).
Kejriwal said that Delhi government will find more effective ways so that women and their families can feel safe and secure, even during odd hours.