The DMRC had stopped the Metro service at some stations in view of the demonstration on the agricultural bill. However, now the services have been restored. DMRC has issued a statement of relief by issuing a statement. Passengers traveling by metro in Delhi-NCR will not have to face trouble tomorrow. DMRC said that on Friday, the Metro services were restored again from 5.35 pm. Normal services of the metro will continue on Saturday.
DMRC has issued a statement saying that this decision, taken in terms of security, has now been withdrawn. Now metro services will continue as usual. Earlier on Thursday, Delhi Metro closed the Delhi-Noida, Delhi-Gurugram service. However, after giving relief, permission was granted to travel from Delhi to Noida or from Delhi to Gurugram Metro.
At the same time, Delhi metro service was stopped from Noida to Delhi or Gurugram i.e. the metro was going to these areas but was not coming back. Due to the demonstration of farmers, the gates of many metro stations were closed. Brigadier Hoshiar Singh, Bahadurgarh City, Shriram Sharma, Tikari Border, Tikri Kalan, Entry and Exit Gate of Ghevra Station were closed on the Green Line.