MUMBAI (Metro Rail News): The Maharashtra Chief Minister on Sunday, December 20, inspected the ongoing Metro Rail work in Mumbai. Thackeray inspected the work at Andheri L-7 station, Akurli station, Dahisar metro rail bridge, Charkop metro depot, D N Nagar metro station as well as the sites of proposed Gundavali and Kandivali metro stations according to a statement issued by CMO, Maharashtra.
“During the visit, he directed the authorities to ensure that the quality of work is good and that it gets completed within the set deadline”, a statement read.
He also inspected the ongoing work at Metro Trial Run at Charkop along with the MMRDA’s Metropolitan Commissioner R. A. Rajiv, Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister Ashish Kumar Singh.
The chief minister expressed satisfaction over the ongoing work, the statement added. Earlier, the Bombay High Court permitted the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (MMRCL) to carry out construction and other ancillary work for the Metro III project at Cuffe Parade in south Mumbai during the night.
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