"Immediately, he stopped the conveyor belt as well as the passenger and informed the matter to his shift in-charge Asstt. Sub-Inspector G N Joshi who rushed to the spot and enquired the matter," the statement added.
The bag of the juvenile, a resident of Uttar Pradesh's Gautam Buddh Nagar district, was checked physically and the five live rounds of different dimensions were recovered from it.
When the juvenile failed to provide a satisfactory answer he was taken away by metro authorities for further investigation.
Carrying arms and ammunition in the Delhi Metro is banned by the law.
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