PM Modi inaugurates India's first-ever driverless train for Delhi Metro

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated India's first-ever driverless train on Delhi Metro's Magenta Line and launched National Common Mobility Card on the Airport Express Line on December 28, via video conferencing. "First metro in Delhi was started with the efforts of Atal Ji. When our government was formed in 2014, only 5 cities had metro services and today 18 cities have metro rail service. By 2025, we will take this service to more than 25 cities," said PM Modi. The driverless trains will be fully automated, which will eliminate the possibility of human error, the government has said. The driverless train will operate from Janakpuri West-Botanical Garden. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also attended the event. Watch the full video for more.