Traffic congestion in Delhi and Gurgaon was reported after the Yellow Line line.
Thousands of commuters in Delhi and Gurgaon were stuck this morning after metro services on the Yellow line were affected by technical problems.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has said "repairs are underway between Qutub Minar and Chorstarpur metro station". The services are "partially normalized" between the two stations. "The single line is currently active," the DMRC tweets. Passengers from two trains between the two metro stations were moved this morning after affecting the services, the DMRC had said earlier. Yellow Line links Samaypur Badli in Delhi to Huda City Center in Gurgaon.
Movement train has to be partially partially between Qutub Minar and Chhattarpur. Single line currently operational. We will update you.
– Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (@OfficialDMRC) 21 May, 2019
Metro Delhi hosted feeder services between Sultanpur station and Qutub Minar after passengers were left behind at the metro stations.
Prime Minister Delhi Arvind Kejriwal said he had asked state transport minister, Kailash Gahlot, to seek a detailed report from Delhi Metro.
I have asked the transport minister to request a detailed report and direct Delhi Metro to determine responsibility https://t.co/0jkf9HvfKb
– Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 21 May, 2019
On Twitter, people shared videos and pictures of commuters walking on metro tracks after power failure at metro stations.
– Vishal Toshiwal (@vishaltoshiwal) 21 May, 2019
Huge power failure in Delhi Metro and yellow line services is coming to an end, people were asked to walk out on the metro tracks. AFC gates even don't work. @OfficialDMRC#dmrc#Delhipic.twitter.com/D7njCVxqKQ
– Trishal Agarwal (@agarwal_trishal) 21 May, 2019
Some social media users also complained about traffic congestion due to disruption to metro services.
– efanshu sharma (@ hisansh55221232) 21 May, 2019
– @ Bu $ hubhPandey (@AbhiShubhPandey) 21 May, 2019
Heavy traffic on NH8 because metro line operation delhi closed after Hauz khas, electricity cable broke down on metro roof. Evacuation is underway through emergency gates on a metro track. Avoid a yellow line to commute for the next two hours. Stay safe.
– Nitin Khandelwal (@NitinPatodiya) 21 May, 2019
A user has also tweeted about "evacuation through metro gates"
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