Kolkata Metro resumes services after over 5 months
- Metro rail services in
Kolkataresumed on Monday after a gap of more than five months, a senior official said.
- The regular services were suspended due to the COVID- 19 outbreak. Special trains, however, were run for NEET aspirants on Sunday.
Metro rail services in Kolkata resumed on Monday after a gap of more than five months, a senior official said. The regular services were suspended due to the COVID- 19 outbreak. Special trains, however, were run for NEET aspirants on Sunday.
"Services have resumed at 8 am and around 3,000 people have commuted in the first two hours,"
"The last trains from the originating stations on both sides will commence their journey at 7 pm and complete it by 8 pm," he said.
Joshi said all safety protocols including social distancing are being followed.
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