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Delhi's Metro extends itself to Rithala

New Delhi: The Metro was today extended to Rithala in North West Delhi with the opening up of the 8.9 km long Inderlok-Rithala section.The new fares, decided at the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Delhi Metro yesterday, also came into effect from Wednesday. P.K. Gupta, the company secretary of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and its senior most officer, inaugurated the new route in the presence of Union Labour Minister Saheb Singh. Singh later purchased a ticket and travelled between Shahdara and Rithala. The fares range from Rs.6 to Rs.14. However, Smart Card owners will get a ten per cent discount.

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