New Delhi: People living in Hyderabad had a harrowing time on Saturday as metro services on red line were briefly disrupted due to a technical snag. Also Read - TRS MLA Nomula Narsimhaiah Passes Away Due to Heart Attack

Issuing a statement, Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) Managing Director NVS Reddy informed that a train travelling from LB Nagar to Miyapur developed a technical problem at Panjagutta at 12.02 pm. Also Read - Hyderabad Will be Free of 'Nizam Culture', Promises Amit Shah if BJP Voted to Power

“Passengers were deboarded at Panjagutta and the failed train was coupled with the following train and was pushed into the nearby pocket track which is in between Panjagutta & Irrum Manzil” , the statement read. Also Read - Farmers' Protests Not Political, Would Never Say That: Home Minister Amit Shah in Hyderabad

Furthermore, the statement read,“Considering the crowd at Ameerpet (towards Miyapur), an extra train was introduced from Ameerpet & the crowd was cleared. Train operations are normal after 12.20 pm, as per the Control Centre information of L&T.”