Sharad Pawar takes metro rail ride in an upcoming project in Pune

Pawar travelled the metro rail between Phugewadi and Pimpri Chinchwad metro stations in a trial run, covering a distance of roughly 7 km on one side.

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NCP chief Sharad Pawar visited the metro rail project for the PCMC-Swargate section in Maharashtra. Pawar travelled the metro rail between Phugewadi and Pimpri Chinchwad metro stations in a trial run, covering a distance of roughly 7 km on one side.
NCP chief Sharad Pawar visited the metro rail project for the PCMC-Swargate section in Maharashtra. Pawar travelled the metro rail between Phugewadi and Pimpri Chinchwad metro stations in a trial run, covering a distance of roughly 7 km on one side.
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PUNE (Metro Rail News): According to Metro Rail officials, on Monday, NCP chief Sharad Pawar visited the metro rail project for the PCMC-Swargate section in Maharashtra. Pawar travelled the metro rail between Phugewadi and Pimpri Chinchwad metro stations in a trial run, covering a distance of roughly 7 km on one side.

According to a Metro Rail official, “Metro Rail officials informed Pawar Ji about the project at the Phugewadi metro station, where he was provided information about the station’s many features. Then, along with Brijesh Dixit, Managing Director, Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Ltd, he travelled from Phugewadi to the PCMC station and back to Phugewadi “.

In Pune, Maha Metro is building two metro lines. When finished, the 16-kilometre PCMC-Swargate corridor will have 14 metro stations. However, the official says the Phugewadi-Pimpri Chinchwad stretch will be operational first.

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