The Metro is being called a Christmas gift for the public, and will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister tat 5 PM on 25 December.
People are probably going to find some kind of relief while traveling from Metro, from Noida to Delhi, as Narendra Modi is going to inaugurate a new, Magenta Metro Line from Botanical garden to Kalkaji, South Delhi.
Kejriwal's name does not appear on the list of VIP invitees for the inauguration, India Today reported.
The new Magenta Line has many firsts to its credits.More news: Westbrook buries game-winning three-point to down the Hawks
The Uttar Pradesh government had allocated funds for the project's route in Noida, while the Delhi government paid for the cost of its Delhi leg.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, however, has not been invited for the inauguration ceremony, media reports claimed today.
This section will be Delhi Metro's first ever corridor to be operated using the Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling technology which will facilitate movement of trains with a frequency of 90 to 100 seconds.
Officials in the urban development ministry said since the launch will be held at Botanical Garden (Noida) in Uttar Pradesh therefore only Adityanath's name was printed on the invitation card.More news: Rodgers says Celtic on course for 'brilliant season'
Earlier, in 2015, when the extended metro line between Badarpur and Faridabad was inaugurated, the BJP government in Haryana did not invite Kejriwal to the event it had organised.
In this route, metro rail authorities want to introduce driverless train.
Recently, a metro train of the Magenta Line crashed into a wall at Kalindi Kunj depot after it rolled back on a ramp while being taken for washing.More news: Revenue Forecast of Envision Healthcare Holdings, Inc. (EVHC)