Kejriwal's Delhi model failed! Capital waterlogged in first rain of the monsoon

New Delhi: The wait for Delhiites is finally over. Today (June 30) the capital received its first monsoon rains. The Meteorological Department (IMD) has announced the arrival of the monsoon in Delhi. Due to the torrential rains in the areas of Delhi-NCR, the people have got relief from the sultry heat, but in the first rain of the monsoon itself, the pole of the Kejriwal government's Delhi model has exposed. In the first rain of the monsoon itself, the streets of the capital were flooded and traffic jam-like conditions were created in many places.

 

Due to rain in Delhi and adjoining areas, water has been inundated at various places. Due to this, there have been traffic jams in many areas of Delhi and Gurugram. Passers-by on the Delhi-Gurugram road are facing the problem of traffic jams. At the same time, many areas within Delhi are also facing problems due to waterlogging. In view of the jam situation in Delhi-Gurugram, Delhi Police and Gurugram Police have issued advisories for passers-by on Twitter.

The IMD issued an orange alert on Thursday predicting heavy rains in some areas of the city. At the same time, light rain is also expected in Delhi on Friday. Due to rain, the maximum temperature in Delhi is forecast to be 34-35 degrees Celsius.

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