Safety of women is imperative to make any stride towards empowering women. In this regard, BMTC is working on a number of initiatives to make public transport and public places safer for women.
B.PAC has been consistently advocating and supporting BMTC in these safety initiatives.
As a Bengalurean, please do take time to share your views and thoughts about these safety initiatives.
Click here to take the survey which assesses the priority of initiatives by BMTC for the safety of women.
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