PM Modi launches Delhi Metro's Magenta Line

PM Modi launches Delhi Metro's Magenta Line

At the outset, he conveyed his greetings on the occasion of Christmas, saying the country today marks the birthdays of two Bharat Ratnas, one is Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and the second, Atal Ji. In order to achieve this, state of the art mass transit systems are the need of the hour. "Governance can not happen when the dominant thought process begins at "Mera Kya" and ends at 'Mujhe Kya.' We have changed these mindsets".

Those who entertain such superstitions have no right to be the chief minister, Modi said here. He said the current Government wishes to be the Government that removes obsolete laws. "Good governance can't happen when outdated laws hamper decision making", he added.

Adityanath visited Noida twice in three days rubbishing a widely believed myth in UP's political and bureaucratic circles that a chief minister visiting Noida would face problems retaining his or her post. Recalling his days as the chief minister of Gujarat, Modi said there were 6 to 7 places in the state where no chief minister went out of the fear that whoever does so would lose his seat.

The Prime Minister also touched upon the work being done on railway infrastructure, expanding road network, and strides in the renewable energy sector.

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Scores of locals swarmed the Botanical Garden Metro station in Noida on Monday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived to inaugurate the much awaited Magenta Line. He added that the Prime Minister always says that we have to move ahead on the path of development. "Faith is important but blind faith is not desirable". "I was clear I would go to all those places in my first year itself", he said.

Also, he applauded Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath breaking the jinx associated with Noida.

The 12.64 km Magenta Line will connect Noida to Kalkaji Mandir and will be extended till Janakpuri by March next year.

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