NEW DELHI: The NajafgarhDhansa Bus Stand extension of Grey Line of the Delhi Metro was on Saturday inaugurated, taking the mass rapid transit system further into the interior areas of Najafgarh.
Passenger services on this section commenced at 5 pm, DMRC officials said.
Union Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal jointly inaugurated the section via video-conference link, the DMRC said.
The opening of the 1.2-km corridor took place after a delay of over one month, which had occurred due to approach road-related issues.
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