Rain alert for Delhi-NCR: Traffic came to a standstill in the national capital Delhi due to rain on Thursday. The problem of waterlogging has also arisen due to light to moderate rains in different parts. Delhi Traffic Police and kept sharing the latest information related to the jam on Twitter, so that people can get help. On the other hand, the Indian Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert, as the visibility may decrease due to heavy rains. Traffic may be disrupted and unpaved roads and old weak buildings may get damaged. According to him, there is a possibility of light rain in Delhi for the next two-three days.
At the same time, the traffic police tweeted that the traffic on the carriageway is affected due to waterlogging while going from Mahipalpur Lalbatti to Mehrauli. Traffic is also affected on Phirni Road and Tuda Mandi Lal Beti in Najafgarh due to waterlogging. Further said that while going from Moti Bagh Junction to Dhaula Kuan, avoid Mahatma Gandhi Marg, as there has been waterlogging near Shantiniketan. In view of the incessant rain and bad weather, all the board schools will remain closed.
Work from home advisory in gurugram
The Deputy Commissioner of Gurugram has issued an advisory due to rain. It has been said to allow employees working in all corporate offices and private institutions to work from home. The same advice has been given to private institutions as well. The Deputy Commissioner said that in the public interest, declare the holiday of your school and college. An advisory has been issued to avoid water logging and jams.
All schools from 1st to 8th closed
Keeping in mind the heavy rain alert of the Meteorological Department, DM has issued instructions to close the school. In view of the heavy rain alert of the Meteorological Department on September 23, District Officer Suhas LY has given instructions to close all the board schools from class one to class 8 in district Gautam Buddha Nagar. This information was given by District School Inspector Dr. Dharamvir Singh. has given.
Rain alert for Delhi-NCR: People trapped for hours spilled on Twitter
On the other hand, commuters also took to Twitter to complain about the traffic jam in the city and the problems being caused by it. One person wrote that there was a terrible jam at Ambedkar Nagar bus depot from Hamdard Nagar. At the same time, another user has written that there is no traffic police personnel present to show directions to the drivers stuck at different places due to heavy rains. A DTC bus has been damaged on the Dwarka Palam flyover. At around one o’clock in the afternoon, he was stuck in a jam for 45 minutes. Now waterlogged on Dwarka underpass too, and got stuck for 45 minutes.
Delhi-Jaipur National Highway sluggish
At the same time, after heavy rains in Gurugram, Haryana, many parts were flooded, due to which the roads were blocked. Police personnel were seen trying to clear the jam. Police said on its official Twitter page that due to incessant rains in Gurugram, there is waterlogging at some places. The traffic is moving slowly. Therefore, we request all of you that they should come out of the house only when necessary work is done, sorry for the inconvenience.
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According to the police, the speed of vehicles is slow on Delhi-Jaipur National Highway, Signature Tower flyover, Hero Honda Chowk due to waterlogging. Waterlogging is causing problems in Mayfield Garden, Besai Chowk, AIT Chowk, Atlas Chowk, CRPF Chowk and Sector 10-A. More than a thousand police personnel have been deployed across the city since the rains started on Thursday morning.
Rain alert for Delhi-NCR : Orange alert in Delhi, rain for three days
The Indian Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert, as the visibility may decrease due to heavy rains. Traffic may be disrupted and unpaved roads and old weak buildings may get damaged. According to him, there is a possibility of light rain in Delhi for the next two-three days. According to the Safdarjung Observatory, so far only 58.5 mm of rain has been received in September, which is much less than the average rainfall of 108.5 mm.