The 4.29 kilometre-long corridor which connects Dwarka to Najafgarh was inaugurated on Friday by Housing and Urban Affairs minister Hardeep Puri and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
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Services on the corridor will start for passengers at 5 pm today.
The Dwarka – Najafgarh corridor being flagged off for passenger operations. Services on the corridor will start for passengers at 5 pm later today. pic.twitter.com/pXqDtTx10M
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Union minster Puri said with the opening of this corridor, the Delhi Metro has covered 377 kilometres in Delhi-NCR.
Delhi CM Kejriwal said people of Najafgarh had been demanding this for a long time. People residing in the rural areas will be benefitted by the corridor, he said.
The Grey Line have three stations — Dwarka, Nangli and Najafgarh. While Dwarka and Nangli are elevated stations, Najafgarh is underground.