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Delhi Metro Train Withdrawn From Service Due To Leakage Issue

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New Delhi: 

A metro train was withdrawn from service after a leakage issue was observed by the driver on Blue Line, official said on Saturday.

According to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) officials, at 8: 26 pm on Friday, leakage was reported from a train component called ”Compressed Oil Indicator” in a train going towards Dwarka from Vaishali at the Yamuna Bank Metro station.

The driver noticed the leakage which resulted in fumes, following which the train was withdrawn from service, a DMRC statement said.

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