Modi inaugurates Metro's Magenta line section

Laura Christensen
December 25, 2017

The section connects Botanical Garden station in Noida to south Delhi's Kalkaji Mandir station. Addressing a public meeting, Modi said by 2022, when India celebrates its 75 years of Independence, he wants to cut down on imported petroleum products.

Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister conveyed greetings on the occasion of Christmas. We live in an era in which connectivity is all important, the prime minister said. "I will always remain grateful to UP for their affection", he said.

The Delhi Metro Rail Corp. has said the highly automated train will run initially with a driver but could become driverless in the future. "Governance can not happen when the dominant thought process begins at "Mera Kya" and ends at 'Mujhe Kya.' We have changed these mindsets". He added that for the Union Government, decisions are about national interest and not political gains.

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Delhi Deputy Chief minister Manish Sisodia in New Delhi. Good governance can not happen when outdated laws hamper decision-making, he added. Also seen are Uttar Pradesh governor, Ram Naik, Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath and h, the Minister of State for Culture (I/C) and Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Dr. Mahesh Sharma. He credited him with ending the superstition associated with Noida, by coming to this city. He also said that not inviting the chief minister to the inauguration programme at Noida was an "insult" to the people of Delhi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated the much-awaited Magenta Line of the Delhi Metro.

He recalled that 24th December 2002, former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ji took a ride on the metro. However, Delhi Metro said human error was the cause, with workers forgetting to re-engage the brakes after they had been disengaged for maintenance.

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