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Last Metro Train Service To Be Available At 10 Pm In Delhi On Diwali Night

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Prachi Priyam
Updated Thu, 04 Nov 2021 04:24 AM IST

Summary

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has informed that on Thursday, November 4, except the Green Line, the last Metro service will be available at the terminals of all other lines only till 10 pm.

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation changes the timing of metro rail service on the occasion of Diwali. On the day of Diwali, services are closed only during night time. This time too, on the occasion of Deepawali, Metro will provide services only till 10 pm. The last train will leave from the terminal at 10 pm. The last train on the Green Line will be at 9 o’clock.

On Diwali, the last service on all lines except the Green Line of the Metro will be available till 10 pm. On normal days, these services are available till 11 pm, but on Diwali, the metro service will be stopped an hour before. The Chief Public Relations Officer of Delhi Metro has given information in this regard. Metro train services will run at regular time on all lines on Diwali like the rest of the day.

It has been informed that the last Metro train service will be available at 10 PM (instead of the routine 11 AM) from terminal stations of all lines (except Green Line) on Diwali. Metro’s Green Line runs from Inderlok to Line-5 Kirti Nagar to Brigadier Hoshiar Singh (Bahadurgarh). On the occasion of Diwali festival the last Metro train service will start at 10 PM (22.00 PM) from terminal stations of all Metro lines except Green Line on 4th November 2021 (Thursday).

Negligence in Corona rules has started showing

Major markets are witnessing crowds ahead of Diwali in Delhi. After the cases of corona epidemic have reduced, people have started being careless. People coming to the markets to shop are not following the guidelines related to Corona at all. They are neither following physical distance nor wearing masks.

Chief Minister appealed to follow the rules
At the same time, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has urged people to follow Corona rules while making Diwali purchases in the markets. He has said that people are going to the market without protecting them from Corona. Appealing to the people to come out wearing masks, he reminded that last year at the same time people were going out and shopping, after which the situation worsened. This time there should be no laxity which weakens the fight against Corona.

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Delhi Metro Rail Corporation changes the timing of metro rail service on the occasion of Diwali. On the day of Diwali, services are closed only during night time. This time too, on the occasion of Deepawali, Metro will provide services only till 10 pm. The last train will leave from the terminal at 10 pm. The last train on the Green Line will be at 9 o’clock.

On Diwali, the last service on all lines except the Green Line of the Metro will be available till 10 pm. On normal days, these services are available till 11 pm, but on Diwali, the metro service will be stopped an hour before. The Chief Public Relations Officer of Delhi Metro has given information in this regard. Metro train services will run at regular time on all lines on Diwali like the rest of the day.

It has been informed that the last Metro train service will be available at 10 PM (instead of the routine 11 AM) from terminal stations of all lines (except Green Line) on Diwali. Metro’s Green Line runs from Inderlok to Line-5 Kirti Nagar to Brigadier Hoshiar Singh (Bahadurgarh). On the occasion of Diwali festival the last Metro train service will start at 10 PM (22.00 PM) from terminal stations of all Metro lines except Green Line on 4th November 2021 (Thursday).

Negligence in Corona rules has started showing

Major markets are witnessing crowds ahead of Diwali in Delhi. After the cases of corona epidemic have reduced, people have started being careless. People coming to the markets to shop are not following the guidelines related to Corona at all. They are neither following physical distance nor wearing masks.

Chief Minister appealed to follow the rules

At the same time, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has urged people to follow Corona rules while making Diwali purchases in the markets. He has said that people are going to the market without protecting them from Corona. While appealing to the people to come out wearing masks, he reminded that last year at the same time people were going out and shopping, after which the situation worsened. This time there should be no laxity which weakens the fight against Corona.

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