A Delhi Metro train ran from Chawri Bazar to Kashmiri Gate stations on the Yellow line with its doors open on Monday night.
This could possibly have happened due to a technical glitch as trains in DMRC system do not leave platform unless the doors are closed. The system is designed in such a way that even if there is an obstruction that doesn't not allow a door to be closed, an announcement is made and the train does not move.
The incident took place at 10 pm on Monday on the Yellow of Delhi metro network which connects north Delhi to Gurgaon.
"Door was partially open and was guarded by DMRC staff throughout, till passengers deboarded. The train was withdrawn from service," news agency ANI quoted DMRC as saying.
In July 2014, a DMRC train had run with all its doors open between Ghitorni and Arjangarh stations on the same line.