Bahadurgarh will become the second town in Haryana to be connected with the National Capital through Delhi Metro as the foundation stone for construction of a 12-km corridor was laid on Saturday.

Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath and Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda jointly laid the foundation stone for the construction of the nearly 12 km Metro corridor between Mundka and Bahadurgarh at Sector 9, Bahadurgarh.

The 11.181 km long corridor between Mundka and Bahadurgarh will be entirely elevated with seven stations — four in Delhi and three in Haryana. It will be an extension of the already operational Inderlok-Mundka corridor (Line 5) and will run on standard gauge.

An agreement regarding the same was also signed between the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA). To be built at a cost of Rs 1,991 crore, the corridor will be completed by March 2016.

(This article was published on February 3, 2013)
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