The MMRCL cautions one and all of Fake appointment letters for Metro-3 corridor
The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) cautions one and all of the fake appointment letters issued by unscrupulous groups and or individuals recently for various posts in MMRC.
MMRC has come across “Appointment Letters” and “Training Employment Letters”, issued by anti-social elements, for various technical and administrative posts.
“MMRC clarifies that there are no vacancies in organisation as claimed in the fake appointment letters and training employment letters. MMRC also does not solicit any money whatsoever from any candidate at any stage of recruitment process, if and when such appointment letters are issued. People are requested not fall prey to such fake appointment letters but check this MMRC website for regular updates on recruitment”.
MMRC has notified the BKC Police Station about this fraud practice and the police are investigating the matter. (Ends)
"I always appreciate when projects move ahead with the required urgency and this 33.5 km Colaba - Bandra - SEEPZ Metro 3 Corridor is showing promise. Our aim is to complete this project within the scheduled time frame."
Shri. Uddhav Thackeray Hon'ble Chief Minister Maharashtra
"I appreciate when projects move ahead with required urgency, to achieve desirable results. The 33.5-km Metro-3 corridor (Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ) is showing promising speed in this direction. Our aim is to complete the project, highly needed to reduce traffic congestion in Mumbai within the schedule time frame. Metros help reduce carbon footprint as well as pollution. It’s the greenest mass rapid transit system.”
Shri. Venkaiah Naidu Hon. Minister for Urban Development Department Government of India.
"The city of Mumbai requires a ‘metro’ to reclaim its lost glory and I, on behalf of the Centre, promise all help to the State. Implementing infrastructure projects in a city like Mumbai isn’t an easy job. It requires positive attitude. Of course, I’m sure the people of this never-say-stop city will lend their wholehearted support to the 33.5-km long Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ Metro-3 underground corridor.”