New Delhi: Services on the Delhi Metro’s Yellow Line were affected Saturday after a major power failure on a section of the corridor, officials said. Also Read - DMRC Temporarily Closes Entry Gates for 5 Important Delhi Metro Stations to Avoid Crowding, Know Details

The power failure took place between 5.00 pm-5.30 pm, following which services were suspended immediately between Udyog Bhawan and Model Town metro station. However, services on part of the section were restored after some time and trains are currently being operated in two separate loops. Also Read - Delhi Metro Services Staggered Amid 6-day Lockdown. Check New Timings Here

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The first loop is between Central Secretariat and HUDA City Centre. The second loop is between Kashmiri Gate and Samaypur Badli.

Services are running normal on all other lines, DMRC officials said.

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) also tweeted about the situation and said rectification work was underway.

“There was a power failure on that section. Our engineers are working on the issue,” the DMRC said.