New Delhi: Commuters had a harrowing time on Sunday as services were badly affected on the Delhi Metro’s Magenta Line for about two hours due to some technical problem, causing huge inconvenience to the inboard passengers. Commuters faced the hardship after the services were halted on the corridor at around 9.30 am, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said in a tweet.”Due to a technical issue, train services will run in following loops temporarily:1) Between Janakpuri West and R K Puram; 2) Between Botanical Garden and Kalkaji,” the DMRC tweeted, saying the exact cause of the snag was being ascertained. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsAccording to the official, the trains were operated on a single line between RK Puram and Kalkaji Mandir stations temporarily. The DMRC, in an official statement, said, “Train services on Line-8 (Magenta) between Kalkaji and RK Puram section were affected on Sunday from 8.55 am to 11 am due to motoring problem being reported from a train at Chirag Delhi-(UP platform-going towards Janakpuri West).” Official further said that after the local troubleshooting measures, the train was withdrawn from service after deboarding its passengers at Chirag Delhi to avoid further delay on the Line and sent to the depot for investigation. “During this period, services were running normal between Janakpuri West and R K Puram section as one loop and Kalkaji Mandir to Botanical Garden section as another loop. Whereas, connectivity was provided on the affected section between Kalkaji Mandir to RK Puram section on single line during the period,” it also stated. The official informed that the issue was resolved at around 11 am and normal services were resumed. Moreover, last month too, services on Mangenta line were partially disrupted after a massive fire broke out at a furniture factory in Shaheen Bagh near Kalindi Kundj Metro Station.