New Delhi: Metro services between Yamuna Bank and Dwarka, which were delayed earlier in the day, have been resumed, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation said in a tweet. Also Read - Delhi Metro, Public Buses to Run on Limited Capacity as Coronavirus Cases Rise Again

Earlier in the day, services on the blue line were disrupted due to a ‘passenger on track’ at Karol Bagh. “Delay in services between Yamuna Bank and Dwarka due to a passenger on track at Karol Bagh. Normal service on all other lines,” the DMRC had said in a series of tweet today. Also Read - Delhi Metro's Blue Line to Hit briefly Today Due to Track Maintenance Work

Earlier last month, blue line which connects Dwarka in Delhi to Electronic City in Noidam had developed a crack between Karol bagh and Jhandewalan, due to which delhiites had to face trouble in commuting. Besides, services were also affected on Rajiv Chowk. Also Read - Delhi Metro Latest News: Train Services on Blue Line to be Hit Briefly Today | Here’s Why