India Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Mohanpura irrigation project in Rajgadh district in Madhya Pradesh yesterday where CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Governor Anandiben Patel marked their esteemed presence. This project aims to make the lives easier for villagers as it will not only facilitate irrigation of agricultural land in the district but will also provide drinking water to them.
In recent news, PM Modi inaugurated Delhi metro’s Mundka-Bahadurgarh section and further added that the government’s priority is to build excellent urban transport systems in cities.
“Our government brought out a policy relating to metros. This is because we felt aspects relating to metro systems need greater coherence and work as per a basic set of standards,” PM Modi added.
“Several nations helped us in the making of the Delhi Metro and other Metros, and now, we are helping other nations by designing coaches for their Metro systems,” Modi tweeted.
“New India requires new and smart infrastructure. We have worked on roads, railways, highways, airways, waterways, and i-ways. There is unparalleled focus on connectivity and ensuring development projects are completed on time,” the PM tweeted.
New India requires new and smart infrastructure. We have worked on roads, railways, highways, airways, waterways and i-ways. There is unparalleled focus on connectivity and ensuring development projects are completed on time: PM @narendramodi
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) June 24, 2018
“The Metro will bring convenience to this part, which is considered the gateway to Haryana … We have seen how the Metro in Delhi has positively impacted the lives of citizens,” Modi said.
Mundka-Bahadurgarh passageway which is 11.2-km-long is part of the Delhi Metro’s Green Line. The Mundka-Bahadurgarh stretch, with 7 stations, would be an extension of the existing Green Line (meaning standard-gauge tracks) originating from Inderlok to Mundka. Along with PM Modi, Union Urban Development Minister Hardeep Puri and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar turned up at the function in Bahadurgarh.
After the opening of this corridor, the whole Inderlok-Bahadurgarh section would become 26.33 km long.The Delhi Metro network will now stretch to 288 km with 208 stations. This new section is metro’s 3rd line of connectivity to the neighbouring state of Haryana. Metro services already resumed in Gurgaon and Faridabad.