Inauguration of Inderlok - Mundka Line Of Phase-II Of The Delhi Metro (The First Standard Gauge Railway Line in the Country)
The 15.15 kilometer long Inderlok-Mundka line, the first standard gauge (4 ft. 8.5 inches) Metro line of India, is now a part of the Metro network. The Inderlok – Mundka line has been ceremonially flagged off on 2nd April 2010 by the Union Minister of Urban Development Sh. S Jaipal Reddy and Chief Minister of Delhi Smt. Sheila Dikshit from the new Inderlok Metro station. The line was made operational for the public from 03rd April 2010. This is the fifth Metro line, which has become operational and will be known as Green Line comprising of 14 elevated stations namely, Inderlok, Ashok Park Main, Punjabi Bagh East, Shivaji Park, Madipur, Paschim Vihar East, Paschim Vihar West, Peera Garhi, Udyog Nagar, Surajmal Stadium, Nangloi, Nangloi Railway station, Rajdhani Park and Mundka. The line is expected to benefit over one lakh commuters residing in West Delhi localities.