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List of Metro Stations on Green Line



Station No.Station Name
1Mundka
2Rajdhani Park
3Nangloai Rly. Station
4Nangloai
5Surajmal Stadium
6Udyog Nagar
7Peera Garhi
8Paschim Vihar (West)
9Paschim Vihar (East)
10Madi Pur
11Shivaji Park
12Punjabi Bagh
13Ashok Park Main
14Inder Lok
15Satguru Ram Singh Marg
16Kirtinagar



Last Updated on: October 14, 2019

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