September 27, 2021

For second time in eight days, overnight rain leaves many areas of Gurgaon waterlogged

For second time in eight days, overnight rain leaves many areas of Gurgaon waterlogged

For the second time in eight days, Gurgaon inhabitants woke up to waterlogged streets on Tuesday morning as a couple of long stretches of for the time being precipitation left a few pieces of the city immersed.

As indicated by Gurgaon traffic police, the affected regions incorporate the Pasco traffic signal, Galleria Market traffic signal, Mayfield Garden, Bilaspur Chowk, and Ram Chowk in Udyog Vihar.

“Waterlogging has been accounted for from numerous pieces of the city. Our faculty are at the influenced spots to deal with the development of traffic. Nonetheless, we demand occupants to remember the waterlogging while at the same time arranging any movement today,” said Subhash Boken, PRO of Gurgaon police.

Composed by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon |

Refreshed: July 27, 2021 9:57:53 am

The most exceedingly awful influenced regions were Sheetla Mata Mandir street, Hero Honda Chowk, and Palam Vihar. (Express Photo by Abhinav Saha)

For the second time in eight days, Gurgaon inhabitants woke up to waterlogged streets on Tuesday morning as a couple of long periods of overnight precipitation left a few pieces of the city immersed.

As per Gurgaon traffic police, the affected regions incorporate the Pasco traffic signal, Galleria Market traffic signal, Mayfield Garden, Bilaspur Chowk, and Ram Chowk in Udyog Vihar.

“Waterlogging has been accounted for from numerous pieces of the city. Our work force are at the influenced spots to deal with the development of traffic. Nonetheless, we demand occupants to remember the waterlogging while at the same time arranging any movement today,” said Subhash Boken, PRO of Gurgaon police.

A comparable circumstance had influenced Monday last week, when Gurgaon got around 196 mm of precipitation over a couple of hours, prompting waterlogging across the city.

The most noticeably terrible influenced regions were Sheetla Mata Mandir street, Hero Honda Chowk, and Palam Vihar.

Four of the underpasses in the city had likewise been overwhelmed because of the precipitation.

On Monday evening, body of an auto-cart driver was pulled out of a walker underpass in the city that had been among those overwhelmed, authorities speculated it to be a suffocating case.

Composed by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon |

Refreshed: July 27, 2021 9:57:53 am

The most noticeably awful influenced regions were Sheetla Mata Mandir street, Hero Honda Chowk, and Palam Vihar. (Express Photo by Abhinav Saha)

For the second time in eight days, Gurgaon inhabitants woke up to waterlogged streets on Tuesday morning as a couple of long stretches of for the time being precipitation left a few pieces of the city immersed.

As indicated by Gurgaon traffic police, the affected regions incorporate the Pasco traffic signal, Galleria Market traffic signal, Mayfield Garden, Bilaspur Chowk, and Ram Chowk in Udyog Vihar.

“Waterlogging has been accounted for from numerous pieces of the city. Our work force are at the influenced spots to deal with the development of traffic. In any case, we demand occupants to remember the waterlogging while at the same time arranging any movement today,” said Subhash Boken, PRO of Gurgaon police.

A comparative circumstance had swayed Monday last week, when Gurgaon got around 196 mm of precipitation over a couple of hours, prompting waterlogging across the city.

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The most noticeably awful influenced regions were Sheetla Mata Mandir street, Hero Honda Chowk, and Palam Vihar.

Four of the underpasses in the city had additionally been overflowed because of the precipitation.

On Monday evening, body of an auto-cart driver was pulled out of a passerby underpass in the city that had been among those overflowed, authorities presumed it to be a suffocating case.

In the fallout of the confusion, Haryana Home and Urban Local Bodies Minister Anil Vij had led an unexpected review at the workplace of the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) on Thursday. Addressing the media a while later, he expressed that a board of trustees would be framed to discover long haul answers for the city’s waterlogging misfortunes and devise a compelling seepage plan for water.

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