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PM Modi flags off India’s first driverless train, says Metro services to reach over 25 cities by 2025 – The Economic Times Video

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that metro train services will be extended to 25 cities with an over 1,700-km network by 2025 in the country as he flagged off India’s first-ever driverless train operations on the Delhi Metro’s Magenta Line. Modi noted that metro service was confined to only five cities in 2014, when his government came to power at the Centre, and said it has continuously been expanded to different cities, a testimony of people’s “ease of living” being ensured by his dispensation.

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