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PM Modi inaugurates Delhi Airport Metro Categorical line to Dwarka, takes practice journey

Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicates to the nation, the Part 1 of India Worldwide Conference and Expo Centre (IICC), known as ‘YashoBhoomi’, at Dwarka. X/@ANI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the growth of the Delhi Airport Metro Categorical line from Dwarka Sector 21 to the brand new ‘YashoBhoomi Dwarka Sector 25’ metro station on Sunday.

He rode the Delhi Metro after the opening.

Passenger service on the brand new stretch will start in the present day at 3 p.m.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi may also formally launch Part 1 of the India Worldwide Conference and Expo Centre (IICC) in Dwarka, referred to as Yashobhoomi.

The inauguration of a brand new metro station in Dwarka Sector 25 would enhance city connections within the sub-city and make it simpler for folks to go to the IICC.

In the meantime, the almost 2-kilometre-long ‘Yashobhoomi line’ of the Delhi Metro will join Dwarka Sector 21 and India Worldwide Conference Centre.

Visuals confirmed PM Modi interacting with the passengers contained in the Metro, who additionally took selfies and wished him a contented birthday.

“With the addition of this part, the entire size of the Airport Categorical Line from New Delhi to Yashobhoomi Dwarka Sector-25 will turn into 24.9 km,” the DMRC mentioned in a press release.

The Delhi Metro may also increase the operational velocity of Metro trains on the Airport Categorical Line from 90 to 120 km/hr starting in the present day, reducing journey time.

The entire journey time from New Delhi to YashoBhoomi Dwarka Sector 25 is round 21 minutes.

At the moment, the Delhi Site visitors Police imposed many vehicular restrictions in West Delhi, Dwarka, and Gurgaon. The NH-48, the Punjabi Bagh area, and the UER-II, Peeragarhi, and Meera Bagh Street sectors will all see visitors delays.

In keeping with the police, visitors on the stretch from NH-48 to Regular Dham Nala (UER-II) can be disrupted all through the day.

“Commuters are also advised to avoid UER-II (NH-48 to Normal Dham Nala),” an advisory mentioned.

Since there will likely be restrictions in UER-II and Dwarka areas, the police mentioned Dhulsiras Chowk, Dwarka Sector 23 will likely be open however journey to/from the airport will likely be affected.

YashoBhoomi Centre, constructed over a sprawling space of greater than 70,000 sq. metres, consists of conference rooms and a primary auditorium. It additionally has a grand ballroom that may accommodate over 10,000 delegates.



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