Delhi Metro Services Affected On Yellow Line Due To Technical Snag on Gurgaon Route, Commuters Stranded
Officials at work on Yellow Line of Delhi Metro (Photo Credits: DMRC)

New Delhi, May 21: Hundreds of commuters had a tough time during rush hour on Tuesday after services were affected on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro due to a technical glitch. Yellow Line connects Samaypur Badli in the city to Huda City Centre in Gurgaon. According to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), a "repair work is in progress between Qutub Minar and Chhattarpur metro stations".

The technical snag occurred at Chhattarpur following which Delhi Metro services between Sultanpur and Qutub Minar stations were suspended temporarily. "Two maintenance teams of DMRC technicians consisting of 16 officials worked urgently to rectify the problem. Temporary restoration has been completed and trains are expected to run at restricted speed between Chhattarpur and Qutub Minar soon," the DMRC said in a tweet. Delhi Metro Asks Game Of Thrones Fans To Not Spoil The Finale For Others, Says 'Use Earphones When You Watch The Episode'.

Several passengers were left stranded due to suspension of services on the Yellow Line. The service resumed after a couple of hours. The Delhi Metro ran feeder bus services between Sultanpur and Qutub to ease the rush. Social media was flooded with pictures and videos of crowded stations and people walking on tracks. The disruption on the Yellow Line also led to traffic jams on roads.

Crowded stations after services were affected on Yellow Line of Delhi Metro:

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, in a tweet, informed that he has asked Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot to get a detailed report about what went wrong and who is responsible. "I have asked transport minister to seek a detailed report and direct Delhi Metro to fix responsibility," Kejriwal tweeted.