Delhi Metro Train Withdrawn From Service Due To Leakage Issue

Leakage was reported from a train component in a train going towards Dwarka from Vaishali at the Yamuna Bank Metro station, said DMRC officials.

Delhi Metro Train Withdrawn From Service Due To Leakage Issue

The driver noticed the leakage which resulted in fumes, DMRC said

New Delhi:

A metro train was withdrawn from service after a leakage issue was observed by the driver on Blue Line, official said on Saturday.

According to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) officials, at 8:26 pm on Friday, leakage was reported from a train component called ''Compressed Oil Indicator'' in a train going towards Dwarka from Vaishali at the Yamuna Bank Metro station.

The driver noticed the leakage which resulted in fumes, following which the train was withdrawn from service, a DMRC statement said.

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