Kochi Metro rolls: PM Narendra Modi takes the very first trip

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By Express News Service|Updated: 17th June 2017

After cutting the ribbon at the Palarivattom station, Modi shook hands with the chief minister and Sreedharan prior to continuing to board the city train. (Photo: PMO Twitter).
After cutting the ribbon at the Palarivattom station, Modi shook hands with the chief minister and Sreedharan prior to continuing to board the city train. (Photo: PMO Twitter).

KOCHI: In a vibrant event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday devoted the Kochi Metro Rail to the country, and stated city rail jobs are the future of mass city tranportation in India. He stated 50 other cities in the nation strategy to execute city rail systems. “Over the last 3 years, my federal government has actually offered unique focus to facilities advancement,” he stated.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Kochi Metro on June 17. He was accompanied by Kerala governor P Sathasivam, Union urban development minister Venkaiah Naidu and others.

Modi stated the coaches of the Kochi Metro show the Make in India vision. “They have actually been developed by Alstom near Chennai, and have an Indian part of around 70 percent,” he included.

Kerala primary minister Pinarayi Vijayan, in his speech previously, stated the federal government was devoted to advancement tasks in the state. “The federal government will not endure demonstrations for demonstration’s sake in advancement. The federal government, nevertheless, is devoted to secure the environment, and will not enable advancement tasks at the expense of the environment,” Vijayan stated.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Kochi Metro on June 17. He was accompanied by Kerala governor P Sathasivam, Union urban development minister Venkaiah Naidu and others.

The PM, Kerala guv P Sathasivam, Union city advancement minister Venkaiah Naidu and other senior dignitaries carried out the very first journey on the Kochi Metro Rail, an 8 km trip, prior to the inauguration of the task. The state’s very first city rail service, developed at an expense Rs 5200 crore, is likewise the nation’s very first incorporated multi-mode transportation system.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Kochi Metro on June 17. He was accompanied by Kerala governor P Sathasivam, Union urban development minister Venkaiah Naidu and others.

Previously, the Prime Minister was accorded a warm welcome at the Naval Air Station by Sathasivam, primary minister Vijayan and other dignitaries.

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