Near the Kalindi Kunj Metro Station in Delhi, on Friday, 17 vehicles of fire brigade were able to douse the fire after a tough fight. With this, the operation of Magenta Line Metro, which started from Botanical Garden to Delhi, has begun after about 3 hours. Due to fire, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation stopped the operation of the Metro between the Botanical Gardens and Kalindi Kunj.
According to official information of DMRC, due to the fire, the operation of Metro trains on the magenta line metro was affected. The people of Delhi Metro apologized for this inconvenience. Here, this is the first time in 17 years of Delhi Metro’s history, when the hours of operation due to fire were stalled.
It is being told that in Kalindi Kunj of South Delhi, there was a fire in the Furniture Market at around 5:30 in the morning, due to which burning of entire market has resulted in a loss of one pillar of Delhi Metro too. This led to the Metro services being stalled from Kalidi Kunj side. The metro service was started at around 9.30 in the morning. After the accident, the first metro was run without passengers, no one was injured in the fire. Police is investigating the cause of the fire.
After the situation arose after the fire, the passengers of Delhi and Greater Noida, going from Delhi to Greater Noida due to stoppage of Metro operations, had huge problems. Thousands of travelers going to Delhi could not go to the office for work or other work from time to time. In Peak Hour, the movement of trains on the Magenta Line has made the passengers more difficult.