Delhi metro: Delay in yellow line due to passenger on track at Jor Bagh metro station
The Delhi Metro Railway Corporation (DMRC) on Monday informed on Twitter that the services have been delayed on a section of the Yellow Line due to a passenger on track. The yellow line metro connects Delhi’s Samaypur Badli to Gurugram’s Huda City Center.
DMRC shared a tweet in which it said that the services have been delayed from Central Secretariat to Green Park due to a passenger on track at Jor Bagh.
As soon as the DMRC tweeted about the delay in the services on the yellow line, the passengers took to the comment section to share their experiences and the trouble they have been facing for a long time.
One passenger commented that no train is going beyond the Central Secretariat. All chaos here. Deboarded all passengers here. Another wrote that we have been waiting for like 20 mins. And asked for de-board twice due to one stupid person.
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People stranded inside the metro stations as well as outside. Not a start you want for a week, wrote another.
Passengers are having a rough time due to the delay in the metro services as one of the users shared his concern that it took him 40 minutes to reach Vidhan Sabha from Azadpur when it usually just takes 10 minutes.
Yet another wrote, that the metro services are delayed on the entire yellow line. From Kashmere Gate to Huda City Centre as announced on platform loudspeakers.
This is not the first time that the metro service has been delayed because of the passenger. On Thursday, the violet line faced a delay in services after a 50-year-old man jumped in front of a train at Moolchand metro station at 5:04 am.
The police rushed to the station as soon as they received the information about the incident. The person identified as Mahendar jumped when the train reached platform number 1 and got injured. He has been shifted to AIIMS Trauma Centre.
The services were delayed from Kashmere Gate to Badarpur Border. Violet Line connects Kashmere Gate in Delhi and Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabgarh) in Haryana.
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