Delhi: Services on Blue Line were interrupted for an hour due to metro malfunction, passengers were in trouble – Delhi services on Blue Line were interrupted for an hour due to metro malfunction

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Services on the Blue Line in Delhi were impacted for more than an hour due to a sudden technical failure in a subway train. Subway from Patel Nagar station towards Noida suddenly stopped at 2:05 PM. Attempts have been made to rectify this defect between Patel Nagar-Karol Bagh. Due to the time it took, many subway trains congregated near the station. The passengers had to bear the brunt of this. The work of many was spoiled and many passengers chose other means of transport.

Passengers on the Blue Line suffered another technical malfunction in the metro. As it is a public holiday, many passengers started their journey in the subway to avoid the cold. Due to the delay, he had to wait along with the problems. Anuj Dayal, Principal Executive Director (Corporate Communication), Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), said the train had been withdrawn due to long repair time. Subsequently, Metro traffic on the Blue Line became normal around 3:15 p.m. Meanwhile, metro services between HUDA City Center and Sultanpur were affected by yellow line maintenance until 6:30am. This worried the passengers.

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Services on the Blue Line in Delhi were impacted for more than an hour due to a sudden technical failure in a subway train. Subway from Patel Nagar station towards Noida suddenly stopped at 2:05 PM. Attempts have been made to rectify this defect between Patel Nagar-Karol Bagh. Due to the time it took, many subway trains congregated near the station. The passengers had to bear the brunt of this. The work of many was spoiled and many passengers chose other means of transport.

Passengers on the Blue Line suffered another technical malfunction in the metro. As it is a public holiday, many passengers started their journey in the subway to avoid the cold. Due to the delay, he had to wait along with the problems. Anuj Dayal, Principal Executive Director (Corporate Communication), Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), said the train had been withdrawn due to long repair time. Subsequently, Metro traffic on the Blue Line became normal around 3:15 p.m. Meanwhile, metro services between HUDA City Center and Sultanpur were affected by yellow line maintenance until 6:30am. This worried the passengers.

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