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PM Narendra Modi Flags Off India’s First Driver-less Train For Delhi Metro

New Delhi :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi today initiated India’s first driver-less train on Delhi Metro’s Magenta Line. He likewise dispatched the National Common Mobility Card, a between operable vehicle office that permits clients to pay for movement, cost obligations, retail shopping, and pull out cash utilizing one card.

The driver-less trains will be completely computerized, wiping out the chance of human mistake, authorities state. The administration will be accessible on Delhi Metro’s Magenta Line which interfaces Janakpuri West in West Delhi to Botanical Garden in Noida. This will be stretched out to Delhi Metro’s Pink Line by mid-2021.

“The initiation of the principal driver-less metro train shows how quick India is moving towards shrewd frameworks,” Prime Minister Modi said introducing the momentous undertaking today during a virtual capacity. “The primary metro in the nation was begun with the endeavors of Atal (Bihari Vajpayee) Ji. At the point when our administration was framed in 2014, just five urban areas had metro administrations and today 18 urban communities have metro rail administration. By 2025, we will take this administration to in excess of 25 urban areas.”

Prior, the Prime Minister stated, there was very little consideration paid to the future and irresolute work was done even as disarray endured. “Not at all like this, cutting edge thinking says urbanization ought not be viewed as a test and utilized as a chance. An open door in which we can construct better framework in the nation. An open door through which we can expand Ease of Living. This distinction of reasoning is found in each element of urbanization,” said PM Modi.

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