Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Kundli-Manesar section of the Western Peripheral Expressway today. He will also address a public gathering at Sultanpur village in Gurugram. Prime Minister will also inaugurate the 3.2-kilometre long Escorts Mujesar-Ballabhgarh corridor of the Delhi Metro.

The Western Peripheral Expressway also known as KMP expressway is expected to divert more than 50 thousand heavy vehicles away from Delhi. The 136-kilometre long six-lane expressway which has been built at a cost of over 6 thousand 400 crore rupees will not only ease the burden of heavy traffic using Delhi as the transit point but also provide the high-speed link between northern and southern districts of Haryana. 

Vehicles going from North India using the expressway

can go to Western and Southern parts without entering Delhi. Commuting will be easier for over 2 lakh people after the opening of the Escorts Mujesar-Ballabhgarh corridor of the Delhi Metro. After Faridabad, Bahadurgarh and Gurugram, Ballabhgarh will be the fourth city in Haryana to be connected by metro, taking the total length of the Metro to 29 kilometres in the state. 

After the opening of this extension, the entire Kashmere Gate - Raja Nahar Singh Metro corridor will become 46.6 kilometres long. The extension of Delhi Metro's Violet Line consists of two stations - Sant Surdas and Raja Nahar Singh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also lay the foundation of country's first Sri Vishwakarma Skill Development University in Palwal.

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