Escorts Mujesar-Raja Nahar Singh section of Delhi Metro is likely to be operational soon as the inspection of the line is due on 16 November, Financial Express has reported.
According to the report, commissioner for metro rail safety (CMRS) SK Pathak will inspect the Delhi Metro Rail Corportation’s (DMRC) Violet line stretch between Escorts Mujesar and Raja Nahar Singh on Friday.
The stretch, which falls in Ballbhgarh, Haryana, will be entirely elevated and will cover Sant Surdas (Sihi) station and Raja Nahar Singh station.
The new section of the violet line is one of the eight lines of the Delhi metro and connects Kashmere Gate metro station in New Delhi with Escorts Mujesar station in Faridabad. At present, It comprises 32 metro stations with a total length of 40.35 Km.
When the new stretch will open, the total length of the corridor will become 46.6 km. In addition, with opening of this stretch, the entire network of Delhi metro will be 317 km long.
Earlier, in September 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had inaugurated the extension of Violet line from Badarpur in Delhi to Escorts Mujesar in Faridabad in order to expand connectivity between Delhi and Haryana and provide impetus to economic growth of the region.
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