PM Narendra Modi travels in Delhi Metro, just 1 passenger
New Delhi: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took a ride in Delhiâ€™s Metro. It is another thing that the metro coach that runs at full capacity anytime of the day had been cleared of usual office goers and local travelers. There were just a few people in the coach.
Following the â€˜joyrideâ€™ Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Saturday that he enjoyed the ride.
It is needless to say that Delhi Metro is one of the best managed government institution in the national capital or even beyond. The Delhi Metro carried hundreds of thousands of passengers daily and it is the busiest metro service in the world.
PM Narendra Modi actually boarded the Airport Express Metro at Dhaula Kuan station in south Delhi and got down at Dwarka Sector 21 station in south-west Delhi. It is said that Modi was set to attend a function of the National Intelligence Academy in Dwarka. Sources said the PM took the Metro to avoid causing inconvenience to the public on the route because of the security arrangements. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval accompanied PM Modi during the Metro ride.