After a heavy rain in Gurgaon and Delhi, the flooded roads get a rushing hour jams

After a heavy rain in Gurgaon and Delhi, the flooded roads get a rushing hour jams

In the several parts of Gurgaon and Delhi reported having a heavy rain that leads to the road flooded with water that ends up in traffic jams. The pictures of the flooded roads and jam have brought driving the social media network. This weather condition has made the schools in Gurgaon to announce a holiday due to the worst condition. The rains are showing off the bikes and cars have almost drowned in the water.

The rushing hours of the morning were terrible for the people with the arterial road the traffic police of Delhi has prompted an alert on Twitter. Even the hashtag saying #DelhiRains have to be at the top of the trend on Twitter since morning. The highway has to be a lot busy especially the Delhi-Jaipur-Mumbai highway was in a lot of disrupted one.

The Gurgaon Assistant Commissioner of Police Heera Singh told, "Our team is trying to make the traffic movement smoother,"

As per the prediction, the weather condition will be the same until Thursday. The heavy and lighting morning was reported in Delhi, RK Puram and Central Delhi. This sudden change in weather condition has created a buzz with rain meant muggy weather in the National Capital Region with the total humidity level in Delhi at 100 per cent at 8:30 am. At the time of 3 am and 4 am, the NCR region was struck with thunderstorm and that led to the uprooting of the trees and waterlogging, power cuts in many of the regions.

Since yesterday, Delhi is experiencing the rainfall at 49.6 mm that has been the highest in the total of three years. Many people took Twitter and Instagram to share the pictures on Twitter.
There were many twists that followed, “I swear that was the LOUDEST thunder I've ever heard in my life. Crazy rain & thunder activity in Delhi right now.”

“Today Rain is totally worried because there is no option to do anything. The water is fulfil everywhere Roads and Houses.So who is responsible for this Delhi Government or Centre”

“This is developing Delhi after one rain roads become swimming pools. The condition of road between Dwarka sec 7 and Palam village”

Delhi Police tweeted, "Waterlogging reported at Inderlok Chowk Towards Zakhira near underpass. Kindly avoid the stretch,"
It is predicted that many of the parts of the NCR will suffer a lot of heavy rainfall.

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