Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mumbai and Aurangabad in Maharashtra on Saturday.
In Mumbai, PM Modi will lay the foundation stone for three metro lines, which will together add more than 42 km to the metro network of the city. The three corridors are 9.2 km long Gaimukh to Shivaji Chowk (Mira Road) Metro-10 corridor, 12.7 km long Wadala to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Metro-11 corridor and 20.7 km long Kalyan to Taloja Metro-12 corridor.
Modi will also lay the foundation stone for a state-of-the-art Metro Bhavan; the 32-storey centre will operate and control 14 metro lines measuring around 340 km.
He will inaugurate Bandongri Metro Station, Kandivali East and a state-of-the-art metro coach, the first metro coach under Make in India.
PM Modi will release a Brand Vision Document for Maha Mumbai Metro.
In Aurangabad, PM Modi will address a state-level Mahila Saksham Melava or Empowered Women’s Meet of Self-Help Groups, being organized by Maharashtra State Rural Livelihood Mission (UMED).
He will inaugurate AURIC Business and Administrative Building and Dedicate DMIC AURIC City to the Nation in Aurangabad.
Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Project is the first Industrial Corridor project announced by Govt. of India. Once fully completed, the DMIC project will bring investment of approximately Rs. 1 lakh crore and will provide employment opportunities to nearly 10 lakh people. The project is branded as Aurangabad Industrial City or ‘AURIC City’