During the inspection it was found that one of the cantilever arms of the station was deflected and that a part of the platform had sagged and cracks had appeared in it. The committee looking into the matter comprises of three general manager level officers, a Delhi Metro official said.

The committee is said to submit a report on the matter this week and action will be taken in accordance. For the moment a part of the platform’s load has been transferred on to temporary structures. This has increased travel time by 5 to 15 minutes on the line as train operators have been asked to travel at a slower pace on that stretch. The Noida City Centre station was opened for the public in 2009.


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