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India's First Driver-Less Train on Delhi Metro's Magenta Line

Published on December 28, 2020
Current Context: India's first driver-less train on Delhi Metro's Magenta Line was inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi.
India's First Driver-Less Train on Delhi Metro's Magenta Line
  • He also launched a fully operational National Common Mobility Card service on Airport Express Line.
  • The National Common Mobility Card is an inter-operable transport facility which allows the user to pay for travel, toll duties, retail shopping, and withdraw money using one card.
  • The driver-less train on Delhi Metro's Magenta Line is fully automated which is developed to eliminate the possibility of human error while driving.
  • It will travel by connecting Janakpuri West in West Delhi to Botanical Garden in Noida. 
  • This India’s first driverless train has introduced a new era in mobility by offering safety and comfort to the travellers.
  • Static Part: 
    • CM of Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal
    • Lieutenant Governor of Delhi: Anil Baijal

Question: 

Q.1 Where was India’s first driverless train inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi?
a. Punjab
b. New Delhi
c. Madhya Pradesh
d. Maharashtra
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