Delhi-NCR rain reside updates
Paying attention to the heavy rain since Wednesday morning, the Delhi Visitors Police and Gurugram Visitors Police issued an advisory for the individuals informing them concerning the routes with heavy visitors snarls and water-logging.
Vans and a bus submerged at Pul Prahladpur underpass close to Badarpur. #DelhiRains https://t.co/iY2EKUFqES
— TOI Delhi (@TOIDelhi) 1597915051000
The Delhi Visitors Police on its official Twitter deal with mentioned, “MB Highway visitors motion closed from Mathura Highway, resulting from water-logging below Pul Pehlad Pur.”
“Visitors motion has been closed on Rajpur Highway from either side resulting from a tree fallen close to P.S. Civil Line. Kindly take alternate route,” the Delhi Visitors Police mentioned in one other tweet.
Visitors AlertTraffic motion has been closed on Rajpur Highway from each facet resulting from a tree fallen close to P.S. Civil… https://t.co/iH7A4UE7Ji
— Delhi Visitors Police (@dtptraffic) 1597900682000
“Obstruction in visitors within the carriageway from Satyam in direction of Kasturba Underpass, Maharaja Surajmal Marg resulting from water-logging at Jhilmil. Kindly keep away from the stretch.”
The Delhi Visitors Police additionally mentioned that water- logging has been reported below Raja Backyard flyover on each the carriageways and visitors is affected on the stretch.
It mentioned that water-logging has been reported at Jhandewalan Mandir on Rani Jhansi Highway, M.B. Highway at Lal Kuan (each carriageways), Ma Anandmayee Marg close to DD Motors on each carriageways, Jhilmil Underpass on each carriageways, GT Highway at Azadpur Subzi Mandi out gate on each carriageways, Sarai Pipal Thala’s each carriageways, Mahindra Park Sign on GT Highway each carriageways, Jahangirpuri on GT Highway each carriageways, GTK Depot on GT Highway, Madanpur Khadar close to Outdated Police Chowki each carriageways, Khajoori in direction of Bhajanpura close to Mazar (each carriageways).
Heavy visitors congestion at #SaritaVihar in Delhi as the town continues to obtain rainfall.#DelhiTrafficUpdates… https://t.co/ZayC6lVUpJ
— TOI Delhi (@TOIDelhi) 1597899545000
It additionally mentioned that water-logging has been reported at Burfkhana Chowk.
In the meantime, Gurugram Police on its official Twitter deal with additionally alerted the commuters concerning the heavy visitors and water-logging in a number of areas.
#Gurugram : Civil defence workforce rescues a household in Daulatabad village #GurugramRains #GurugramWaterlogging https://t.co/Ozjv88t4NA
— TOI Gurgaon (@TOIGurgaon) 1597912135000
It mentioned, “Water-logging has been reported at South city-2 on Sohna street, Signature Tower, Trendy Bazar close to Mayfield.”
It added that visitors congestion has been reported on NH-48 at Narsinghpur in direction of Jaipur and NH-48 at Bilaspur Chowk in direction of Delhi resulting from water-logging. “Our visitors officers are on the spot to facilitate the visitors circulation. Commuters are requested to plan their journey accordingly.”
The Gurugram Visitors Police additionally appealed to the individuals to come back out of their houses provided that it was obligatory. “Because of constant rain since Wednesday water-logging has been reported at a number of locations and the visitors is transferring at a really sluggish tempo. It’s a request to everybody to come back out whether it is obligatory. Inconvenience is regretted,” it mentioned in a tweet.
On Wednesday, visuals of visitors jams, submerged roads and underpasses and a ship transferring on a water-logged street emerged from Gurugram. Town was crippled as a result of rain for the final two days as many subways have been inundated by the water.
#GurugramRains : Wall collapses at Emaar challenge in Sector 65 following incessant rainfall. https://t.co/0EHH2f8uHA
— TOI Gurgaon (@TOIGurgaon) 1597911839000
In line with the IMD, within the final 24 hours, Gurugram obtained 158 mm of rain. Equally, Safdarjung in Delhi obtained 54.eight mm rain, Ayanagar 122.eight mm, Ridge 77.three mm, Lodhi Highway 62.four mm and Palam 89.1 mm.
The IMD has additionally predicted that reasonable rain or thundershowers or heavy rain can happen at remoted locations within the subsequent 24 hours in Delhi-NCR.