According to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation spokesperson, the incident took place at around 1015 hrs which affected the train movement at Yellow Line for a short period of time. Preliminary investigations reveal the smoke source as a 'short circuit' but further investigations are on.
The spokesperson said ,"Around 1017 hours, the DMRC received an information that smoke accompanied by spark was seen coming from the AC panel attached on the roof of the last compartment of Samaypur-Badli bound train at Rajiv Chowk junction.As a precaution, the travelers were immediately made to deboard and sit in another train. The train in question has been sent to the depot for complete analysis and metro services have been restored on the Yellow Line. (UNI)