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Metro services disrupted on Noida Line

Thousands of passengers were left stranded on Monday as a technical fault hit Delhi Metro’s Blue line between Dwarka and Noida
City Centre and Vaishali stations, resulting in overcrowding at stations.
Large crowds piled up at platforms all along the busy route that links Dwarka in west Delhi with Noida and Vaishali, in Uttar Pradesh.

Commuters complained that the situation was at its worst between Dwarka in west Delhi and Rajiv Chowk, the network’s busiest inter-change in the city centre.
The snag was detected around 1.30 pm and set right at 3.12 pm, a Delhi Metro official said. But it took a while for normalcy to return. ‘Services of Line 3 (Dwarka-Noida City Centre) and Line 4 (from Yamuna Bank to Vaishali) were running slowly, following a technical problem in the overhead electrification, which transmits energy to trains, on the Dwarka stretch’ said a Delhi Metro official.

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