Metrorail service resumed after two hours
After a closure of nearly two hours, metro rail services have returned to normal in the capital. The metro rail movement resumed at around 11:40 am Wednesday.
Nazmul Islam Bhuiyan, Deputy General Manager and Public Relations Officer of Dhaka Mass Transit Company Limited (DMTCL), the organization responsible for the construction and operation of the Metrorail, confirmed this information to Prothom Alo.
The operations of metrorail service have been halted due to “technical glitch” from 9:30 am Wednesday.
Many people were seen waiting in queue to buy tickets at Uttara North (Diabari) station. But selling of tickets remained halted.
DMTCL Director (Operations) Nasir Uddin informed Prothom Alo that they suspected something had fallen onto the electric line, causing a disruption in the conduction of electricity. He said their workers were walking along the rail tracks to find out the problem. The service will resume once they identify the issue and repair it, Nasir Uddin added.