Delhi Metro: Let us tell you that the ‘Red Line’ of Delhi Metro connects Rithala in Delhi with Shaheed Sthal of Ghaziabad. However, Metro services on other routes are normal.
- Metro passengers remained upset on the Red Line
- Delay in service between Indralok-Pitampura
- Metro services normal on other routes
Delhi Metro: Metro trains are running late on the Red Line of Delhi Metro since this morning. Metro services are said to be delayed due to some technical issue. Till the latest information is available, the technical issue has been resolved. Let us tell you that the ‘Red Line’ of Delhi Metro connects Rithala in Delhi with Shaheed Sthal of Ghaziabad. However, Metro services on other routes are normal.
DMRC tweeted the information
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) tweeted and informed the passengers about the delay in Metro service on the ‘Red Line’. DMRC said, “There is delay in services between Inderlok and Pitampura on Red Line. Services are normal on all other lines. DMRC further said, ‘Reform work is in progress. All efforts are being made to restore regular services at the earliest. Sorry for the inconvenience caused to the passengers. Please stay with us for more details.’
Many times this month there was a technical fault in the metro
Let us tell you that the service of Delhi Metro has been affected several times in the last few days due to technical glitches. Today this problem happened in the morning at a time when there is more number of people coming out of the house for office or their other work. At such times, delay in metro services causes inconvenience to the commuters and large crowds gather at the metro stations.
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When did the metro run late in June?
June 21 – One hour service interrupted due to technical fault on Yellow Line
June 19 – Delay in service on Blue Line, disturbances in a train at Mandi House metro station
June 9 – Big technical fault on Blue Line, passengers stranded for two hours
June 6 – Blue Line Metro was delayed by one to one and a half hours
Transport minister asked for answers on repeated failures
Let us inform that Delhi’s Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot had also sought an answer from Delhi Metro regarding the frequent failure of Delhi Metro. Recently, after the delay in Metro service between Samaypur Badli and Vishwavidyalaya on the Yellow Line, the Transport Minister has sought an answer from the Metro. Earlier, the Blue Line had suffered a major technical glitch on June 9, when passengers, mostly office-goers, were stranded for over two hours. On June 6, passengers on the same line had to face delays of one-and-a-half hours as the services came to a standstill due to a technical snag due to a bird hit.