Delhi citizens automobile as much as heavy rains and consequent waterlogging and traffic snarls on Friday morning for that second consecutive day. Delhi Police helpline received 23 calls regarding congested zones and 7 associated with waterlogging and 2 regarding uprooting of trees. Calls about traffic jam originated from Khajuri Chowk, Goyala Dairy, Rohini Sector-8, Azad Market, Hanuman Mandir Pusa Road, Dwarka flyover, Dhaula Kuan to Gurugram, Yamuna Bridge and Outer Ring Road Pashchim Vihar.
Waterlogging was reported from AIIMS flyover, Mahipal Pur sore point towards Mehrauli, Phirni Road, Tooda Mandi, Najafgarh, Rajdhani Park to Mundka, Nigambodh Ghat, near Mayapuri flyover and near Shanti Niketan. Some of the road caved in near Satya Niketan and just two from four lanes are functional, resulting in congested zones.
Besides this, high-traffic jams were also reported on stretches of National Highway (NH) 48 including Iffco Chowk, Shankar Chowk, Rajiv Chowk and also at Sarhaul near Gurgaon-Delhi border.
Does it rain in Delhi today
The Met Department issued a red alert for Friday and cautioned about moderate rain in many areas of the town. The yellow alert read, “Generally cloudy sky. Moderate rain/thundershowers for the most part places.” The elements watchdog stated maximum and minimum temperatures could be 28 levels Celsius and 23 levels Celsius correspondingly. Delhi will probably witness rains around the weekend too.
Gurugram rain updates
Delhi rains have impacted normal existence and traffic movement in Gurugram. The Gurugram District Disaster Management Authority advised all corporate offices and institutions to inquire about their workers for you to use home. The Gurugram DDMA also stated that schools and colleges because of the same.
The advisory by Gurugram District Disaster Management Authority read, “All corporate offices and institutions within the district are encouraged to guide their workers for you to use home on 23.9.2022 to ensure that traffic jam could be prevented and repair works of roads and drains could be transported out easily by social agencies.”