Narendra Modi Takes Delhi Metro to Reach Inaugural Ceremony of India International Convention, Watch Video

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PM Modi boarded the metro at Dhaula Kuan station, which is on the airport line of the metro network.

New Delhi, Sep 20: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday took a ride on the Delhi Metro to reach the inaugural ceremony of India International Convention and Expo Centre. PM Modi boarded the Metro at Dhaula Kuan station, which is on the airport line of the network. Modi travelled till the Dwarka metro station.

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During his travel on the Delhi metro, Modi met some passengers, shook hands and posed for selfies with them. At the inaugural ceremony of India International Convention and Expo Centre, Modi said the convention would be like a small city within the national capital.

It is a vibrant centre for domestic and international business, he added.

 

"This project worth Rs 26,000 crore will emerge as centre of attitude and energy of 80 crore youth....It will be like a mini city within Delhi. In one single campus, there'll be convention hall, expo hall, meeting hall, hotels, market, offices and serveral other facilities," Modi was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.