Narendra Modi to launch new Metro line, Arvind Kejriwal not invited

Updated: Dec 24, 2017, 15:38 IST | Agencies | New Delhi

PM Modi will inaugurate a segment of the newly-built Magenta Line of Delhi Metro on Monday which will connect Botanical Garden in Noida to South Delhi's Kalkaji Mandir, the government said on Saturday

PM Modi will inaugurate a segment of the newly-built Magenta Line of Delhi Metro on Monday which will connect Botanical Garden in Noida to South Delhi's Kalkaji Mandir, the government said on Saturday. But, the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's office denied receiving any invitation of the inauguration ceremony.

President Rahul Gandhi
President Rahul Gandhi

"We have no official intimation of the programme. Our top most priority is a safe Metro for the passengers and at a reasonable price. So far as the event is concerned we hav­en't received any invitation," a state government spokesperson said on Saturday.

BJP is Lie Hard: RaGa continues temple run
"If the BJP were to start a film franchise, it would be called Lie Hard", Con­g­r­ess president Rahul Gandhi said, while rhym­ing it with Hollyw­ood blockbu­ster, Die Hard, in a dig at the ruli­ng party. Rahul on Saturday conti­n­­ued his temple run as he visited the Somna­th temple in Gujarat.

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