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Agnipath protests: Hyderabad Metro, MMTS trains suspended after violence

The Hyderabad Metro Rail has suspended services on all three routes till further notice in view of violence.

SNS | Hyderabad |

After the violent protests in Hyderabad in view of Agnipath scheme announced by central government, Hyderabad Metro Rail and MMTS train services were suspended in the city.

The Hyderabad Metro Rail has suspended services on all three routes till further notice in view of violence.

According to L&TMRHL spokesperson, “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.”

Besides, the South Central Railway (SCR) also announced cancellation of 44 MMTS services.

These includes eight services between Lingampalli and Hyderabad and nine services between Hyderabad and Lingampalli which have been cancelled.

In addition to these, the authorities have also cancelled 12 services between Falaknuma and Lingampalli and 13 services between Lingampalli and Falaknuma.

One service each between Falaknuma and Hyderabad and Ramachandrapuram and Falaknuma have also been cancelled.

The Multi-Modal Transport Service (MMTS) connects twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad and outskirts. The popular suburban trains cater to the needs of intra-city and suburban commuters.