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Opening of KMP Expressway opens up new possibilities: Praveen Jain, Vice Chairman, NAREDCO


The development of the metro will be faster

Kundali-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Express is emerging as one of the most important Indian long distance expressways which connect Kundli in Sonepat in the North East to Manesar in Gurugram and to Palwal in South West. Welcoming the opening of KMP Expressway NAREDCO Vice Chairman Mr. Parveen Jain Said “Today, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated it and made a new beginning for the development of the region. Opening of KMP Expressway will increase the development activities in this part of the NCR and this will benefit the common people of this entire area.”

“Opening of KMP Expressway will decongest a major chunk of vehicular traffic in Delhi and Gurugram. It shall be the cynosure of all eyes and shall become the new Real estate Destination favoured by all for buying and investments and with a bright future for high returns” He added.

At the same time, the prime minister flagged off the Mughisar and Ballabhgarh metro sections with Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in Sultanpuri village of Gururgram. Mr. Jain said that with this new beginning, people of this area will be able to reach at other places in Delhi NCR faster. With the opening of this new Metro line, the pace of development will increase in this area.

With this, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi laid the foundation of Sri Vishwakarma Skill Development University in Palwal district. This is the first university of your kind in the country. Praveen Jain told that this new university will help the youth in this field to acquire new skills and get better employment. This will increase the development of the entire region.

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