Delhi Metro Station Close: The shutdown of farmers is also going on in Delhi-NCR from 6 am on Friday to demand the three Central Agricultural Laws’ withdrawal. Meanwhile, taking precaution, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has currently closed four metro stations. This has been done given any possible uproar.
All the four stations of Delhi Metro will remain closed till further notice. At the same time, the Bharat Bandh has also impacted rail operations in protest against the agricultural laws. Farmer demonstrators are seated on railway tracks at 31 places in Punjab and Haryana. Due to this, the Kalka Shatabdi and Amritsar Shatabdi have been cancelled. At the same time, 31 trains of Northern Railway have been interrupted.
LIST of Delhi Metro Station Closed Today
- Tikri Border ( Tikri Border )
- Pandit Shriram Sharma ( Pandit Shree Ram Sharma )
- Bahadurgarh City ( Bahadurgarh City )
- Brig smart Singh Metro ( Brigadier Hoshiar Singh )
Let us know that farmers’ agitation on Delhi-NCR’s four borders (Shahjahanpur, Ghazipur, Tikri and Singh) entered the 120th day on Friday. On the call of the United Farmers ‘Front, the Bharat Bandh has started from 6 am on Friday, which will run till 6 pm on the completion of 4 months to protest the farmers’ protest.
During this 12-hour India bandh, many alternate routes of Delhi were closed in Delhi-NCR on Friday morning from 6 to 6 pm, including the Ghazipur border of Delhi-UP. Meanwhile, DMRC has closed several metro stations given the Bharat Bandh of farmer protesters. The entry and exit gate are closed on these.
Earlier, following the violent incidents during the farmers’ tractor rally on 26 January. DMRC kept entry-exit at several stations, including the Red Fort metro station. And Jama Mustijad metro station for the next several days. At the same time, DMRC has kept the metro stations closed as a precaution on Friday due to the Bharat Bandh. It is being told that at the behest of Delhi Police, DMRC has taken a step to close these four metro stations. If necessary, other metro stations can also be closed.
Simultaneously, the movement of Delhi from UP Gate has wholly stopped. This has increased the pressure of vehicles on the Maharajpur border. It is jammed here.