Delhi Rain: The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has actually released a ‘yellow alert’, warning people concerning moderate rainfall at most locations in the city.

Constant rains have actually left numerous parts of the National Capital Area soaked hence creating rush hour congestions. Due to this, the Delhi Website traffic Police has released a list of waterlogged areas in the resources on Friday.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has provided a ‘yellow alert’, cautioning people about moderate rain at many areas in the city.

The swamped stretches in Delhi that travelers have actually been asked to stay clear of by the website traffic authorities consist of the Libaspur underpass, Maharani Bagh Taimur Nagar cut, CDR Chowk, Mehrauli in the direction of Gurugram, Andheria Mode in the direction of Vasant Kunj as well as the stretch near Hanuman Setu on Shanti van to Hanuman Mandir Carriageway.

Additionally, traffic cops stated that the location under the Nizamuddin bridge, Singhu Border near the fuel pump and MB Road in the direction of Sainik Farm carriageway ought to likewise be avoided.

Delhi got 31.2 mm of rainfall between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm as the light to moderate rain soaked Delhi for the 2nd consecutive day on Thursday, bring about flooded roads in a number of locations and influencing web traffic movement on essential roadways across the city.

The fresh spells of rain, right before the withdrawal of downpour from the National Resources Area, will assist cover the huge deficit (46 per cent till September 22 early morning) somewhat.

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Last Updated: 23 September 2022