After two consecutive days of technical snag and delay in services due to the ongoing maintenance work on Delhi Metro's Magenta Line, normal services have resumed today, tweeted Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).

The delay on the corridor began on Tuesday 8.18 am onwards between Palam and Sadar Bazar, but the slow speed of trains on the section affected the entire route. The Delhi Metro said the trains on the section were running at a restricted speed of 10 km per hour as a precautionary measure.

The DMRC was quick to inform about the delay on its Twitter handle on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The Magenta Line connects Janakpuri West station in Delhi to Botanical Garden in Noida. It is roughly 25-km long and there are 16 stations on this route, including interchanges at Hauz Khas (with yellow line) and Janakpuri West (with blue line), along with the existing interchange near the eastern suburbs at Kalkaji (with violet line).