On Diwali, last services from terminal metro stations to start at 10pm: DMRC | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: In light of Thursday’s Diwali festival, the last train connections from terminus of all Delhi metro corridors except the Green Line will begin at 10 p.m., officials said.
On regular days, the last connections start at 11 p.m. from the terminal stations.
“Due to the Diwali Festival, the last subway connection will start on November 4th at 10pm from the terminus of all subway lines except the Green Line (ie line 5 from Inderlok / Kirti Nagar to Brig. Hoshiar Singh (Bahdurgarh ) Stations), “the DMRC said in a statement on Tuesday.
The metro services will run as usual on all lines for the rest of the day on Diwali from the usual start times, it said.
The final subway service from the Green Line terminus will remain unchanged for the construction of the stop platform, officials said, according to the revised timetable that has been in place for the past few months.
According to the changed timetable, the last train leaves Brig. The Hoshiar Singh station in the direction of Inderlok will depart at 9 p.m., the statement said.
From brig. Hoshiar Singh Station towards Kirtinagar, the last connection starts at 9:10 pm, Indian locomotive to Brig. Hoshiar Singh service at 9:30 pm and Kirtinagar to Brig. Gen. Hoshiar Singh service at 9:30 pm, he added.