L&T Hyderabad Metro Rail resumes the suspended metro rail services following violent protests

Earlier on Friday metro rail informed about the suspension of metro services in all three lines of the Hyderabad Metro Rail "till further notice"

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HYDERABAD (Metro Rail News): L&T Hyderabad Metro Rail resumed the suspended metro rail services in Hyderabad at 6.35 PM on 17th June in a phased manner.

“Hyderabad Metro Rail will resume its services from 6.35 PM onwards today, in a phased manner,” the metro rail tweeted from its official account.

Earlier on Friday metro rail informed about the suspension of metro services in all three lines of the Hyderabad Metro Rail “till further notice” at 1:12 pm via tweet stating “Passengers are informed that due to some disturbance in the city, all operations in all three lines of Hyderabad Metro Rail stand suspended till further notice. Passengers are advised to take care and make alternate arrangements.”

LTMRHL took the decision amid the tense situations in the city due to ongoing Anti-Agnipath protests in the state. According to the reports, one person died in Telangana`s Secunderabad after the protest against the Agnipath recruitment scheme took a violent turn. The protestors vandalised the Secunderabad Railway Station and set a train on fire during the protest.

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