Escorts Mujesar – Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabhgarh) Section Of Line-6 (Violet Line) Ready For Operations

Escorts Mujesar – Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabhgarh) Section Of Line-6 (Violet Line) Ready For Operations

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Date of Post: 19 Nov, 2018

The 3.2 km long Escorts Mujesar – Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabhgarh) section of the Kashmere Gate – Escorts Mujesar corridor also known as the Violet Line is now ready for passenger operations. This extension of Delhi Metro’s Violet Line consists of two stations – Sant Surdas (Sihi) and Raja Nahar Singh.

Ballabhgarh will become the fourth city in Haryana to get Metro connectivity after Gurugram, Faridabad and Bahadurgarh. After the opening of this extension, the entire Kashmere Gate – Raja Nahar Singh Metro corridor will become 46.6 kilometres long.

Currently, 25.8 kms of Metro lines are operational across Haryana. After the opening of this section, the total length of Metro kilometres in Haryana will become 29 kilometres. All trains running on this section are manufactured in India.

The main highlights of this section are as follows:

  • Route Length: 3.2 Km
  • Number of Stations : 2 (All Elevated)
  • Names of Stations: Sant Surdas (Sihi) and Raja Nahar Singh
  • Colour Code: Violet Line
  • Gauge: Standard Gauge
  • Extension: Kashemere Gate – Escorts Mujesar Corridor (Line-6)
  • Work started on: February 2015

Connectivity Benefits:

The Escorts Mujesar – Raja Nahar Sigh (Ballabhgarh) section will be extremely crucial from the point of view of connectivity for the city of Ballabhgarh, Faridabad, South-East Delhi and Central Delhi areas. Ballabhgarh is an upcoming urban settlement which is an industrial city. Large numbers of people travel every day for their professional requirements from Ballabhgarh to Delhi and vice-versa. This corridor will be of help to these people.     

Ballabhgarh is a bustling urban settlement in the Faridabad district of Haryana with a population of about 2.14 lakh people. Ballabhgarh is and Industrial city which houses large numbers of units and is a source of employment for lakhs of people who travel there from Delhi.

The Raja Nahar Singh Metro station of this section will be integrated with the Ballabhgarh Railway station and the interstate Bus terminal of Ballabhgarh directly with a foot over bridge which is currently under construction.

Engineering and other Challenges:

The Raja Nahar Singh Station in Ballabhgarh, is situated adjacent to Ballabhgarh Interstate Bus Terminal and Ballabhgarh Railway Station. This station is five storey building having two commercial floors above track level. This station is having parking on the other site of the National Highway–2 which will be directly connected to the station via a Foot Over Bridge. The Sant Surdas (Sihi) Station is situated near NCB (National Council for Cement and Building Material Institute)  

Station Architecture:

Both the stations are located on the side of National Highway-2 and will be connected to the other side of Highway with Foot Over Bridges. There are entry structures on the other side of the Highway having lifts and escalators for access to station. While the lifts and escalators inside the station premises are operational, 03 Lifts and 03 Escalators at Raja Nahar Singh are currently under installation and shall be operational by end of  December 2018

Both stations of the Line- 6 extension are equipped with the latest energy efficient equipment / systems, such as LED lighting, Regenerative Braking in Lifts, VRV Air conditioning, etc.

Operations Plan:

A peak hour frequency of six minutes and 48 seconds will be maintained on this section between Badarpur and Raja Nahar Singh on weekdays. All trains which till now were operating till Escorts Mujesar will go up to Raja Nahar Singh. A total of 40 trains will be operational on the entire Kashmere Gate – Raja Nahar Singh corridor.  

Additional details:

Phase 3 (including additional corridors: NOIDA GREATER NOIDA) progress details:

  • Sections opened so far: 124 (123.72) kilometers

Sl. No.

Corridors opened Kilometres
1. Central Secretariat – Kashmere Gate



Badarpur – Escorts Mujesar 13.875
3. Jahangirpuri – Samaypur Badli



Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus  – Majlis Park



Botanical Garden – Kalkaji Mandir 12.64
6. Kalkaji Mandir – Janakpuri West



Mundka – City Park (Bahadurgarh) 11.183
8. Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus – Lajpat Nagar



Trilokpuri Sanjay Lake – Shiv Vihar


  • Phase 3 network after the opening of Escorts Mujeswar – Raja Nahar Singh section: 127 kms (126.98 kms)
  • Sections yet to be opened after the opening of this section: 30 (30.27) kilometers

(excluding NOIDA – Greater NOIDA section)

Sl. No.

Corridors to be opened Kilometres
1. Lajpat Nagar – Mayur Vihar Pocket 1



Noida City Centre – Electronic City 6.675
3. Dwarka – Najafgarh



Dilshad garden – New Bus Adda


The 29.7 kilometre long NOIDA – Greater NOIDA section is also undergoing trial runs.

  • Metro’s expansion in the NCR:
  • Already operational sections:

Sl. No.

Corridors connecting NCR Kilometres

(in NCR)

No. of Stations

(in NCR)

1. Guru Dronacharya– HUDA City Centre (part of Yellow Line) 7.05 (Haryana)



New Ashok Nagar – NOIDA City Centre  (part of Blue line) 7 (Uttar Pradesh) 6
3. Anand Vihar ISBT – Vaishali (part of Blue Line)

2.57 (Uttar Pradesh)



Badarpur Border – Escorts Mujesar(part of violet Line)

13.875 (Haryana)


5. Kalindi Kunj – Botanical Garden (part of Magenta Line)

3.962 (Uttar Pradesh)



Modern Industrial Estate– Bahadurgarh (part of Green Line)

4.876 (Haryana)


7. Escorts Mujesar – Raja Nahar Singh(part of Violet Line) (ready for operations)

3.2 (Haryana)





  • In Haryana: 29 kms       In Uttar Pradesh:13.53 kms
  • Corridors in NCR nearing completion

Sl. No.

Corridors connecting NCR Kilometres

(in NCR)

No. of Stations

(in NCR)

1. Noida City Centre – Electronic City 6.675 (Uttar Pradesh)



Dilshad Garden – New Bus Adda 9.60 (Uttar Pradesh)             7
Total 16.275


The 29.7 kilometre long NOIDA – Greater NOIDA section with 21 stations is also undergoing trial runs.

Source: DMRC

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