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Schamli / Kairana. Persistent rain for two days has worsened the condition of the city. Waterlogging in important markets and streets made walking difficult. Vehicle traffic was also interrupted by several meters of water on Majra Road. The community’s sewer construction work was also interrupted by rain.
Due to the rain, it was difficult to leave the city due to waterlogging in many places and markets in the city, including Kabadi Bazar, Bada Bazar, Mill Road, Band Market, Goshala Road, Majra Road, Nehru Market. The IFFCO Compost Storage Complex, which is on the Mandi Committee, also turned into a pond in the rain. Traffic on the city streets was affected all day. In many places on Majra Road, vehicle traffic was interrupted due to waterlogging. Excavations have been carried out for the construction of the canal on Jhinjhana Road and Pawawara Chowk to Roadways Bus Stand Road, but work has been hampered due to rain.
The shopkeepers have problems with the pits dug in front of the shops. On the other hand, there was waterlogging in Kairanas Mohalla Khalkala, Ghosa Chungi, Bisatian, Chowk Bazaar and Mohalla Alkala. Pedestrians struggled with waterlogging in places. On the other hand, torrential rains in Jhinjhana on Wednesday caused unrest and relief. The streets and towns of the market were flooded.
Outrage among city dwellers because of waterlogging
Kandhla. People are upset about the waterlogging problem in the city due to rain. City residents Akhtar, Umaid, Dinesh, Sonu, Umardeen, Rajpal, Rahul, etc. say that drains should be cleaned before the rain in the city so that the water can be drained and the problem of waterlogging does not arise. He said there were ponds all over the city to drain the rainwater, but some people have occupied them. Due to the lack of drainage, the problem of waterlogging occurs during the rainy season. The drains are littered with dirt, causing rainwater to flow along the streets to the traders’ establishments. City residents say that there have been repeated written and oral complaints to resolve this issue, but no solution has been found to the problem.
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Underwater underpasses, disrupted traffic
Shamli / Jalalabad / Thana Bhawan. As soon as it rains, the underpasses are flooded, which means that many villages are no longer connected to the city.
Underpasses of City Kirori Marg, Brigadier Hoshiar Singh Inter College Road, Budhana Road, Balwa Road, Goharni and Silawar were flooded with rainwater. This interrupted vehicle traffic. In Jalalabad, the Delhi-Yamunotri highway from Indira Gate to Peeth Maidan has been submerged due to rain. The commuters were disturbed in the shops, Nagar Panchayat’s office, the police station along the highway. The customers who go in and out of the bank on the highway side also had problems. There are railway underpasses on both routes to reach the village of Ambehata Yakubpur. The movement of the villagers in the village has come to a standstill due to waterlogging in them. Villagers must come and go after traveling a long distance from Ahmedpur village, different route. The connection to the place has been lost due to water filling in the railway underpass. On the other hand, there are four railway underpasses in the Thana Bhawan, Shahvilayat, Hasanpur Road, Rashidgarh Road and Oon Marg area. Youth sheds have been installed on the underpass of Shahvatilayat and Rashidgarh Streets. This means that rainwater does not enter and the problem of waterlogging is largely solved. In addition, the railway underpass on the Thana Bhawan-Yarpur road near Lajpat Rai Girls Inter College and on Unna Road was flooded as soon as it rained. As a result, many villages were cut off from the city. Rampal Saini, a resident of Jhinjhana, returned with his family. His van got stuck in the underpass because it was filled with water. The transporter was later pulled out with the help of a tractor. Some people go to their destination by coming out from under the bridge of a small minor who is on an equal footing with the underpass. Adesh Saini, Vinod Kumar, Rakesh Singh etc say they have a lot of trouble commuting due to the water filling in the underpass.

Schamli / Kairana. Persistent rain for two days has worsened the condition of the city. Waterlogging in important markets and streets made walking difficult. Vehicle traffic was also interrupted by several meters of water on Majra Road. The community’s sewer construction work was also interrupted by rain.

Due to the rain, it was difficult to leave the city due to waterlogging in many places and markets in the city, including Kabadi Bazar, Bada Bazar, Mill Road, Band Market, Goshala Road, Majra Road, Nehru Market. The IFFCO Compost Storage Complex, which is on the Mandi Committee, also turned into a pond in the rain. Traffic on the city streets was affected all day. In many places on Majra Road, vehicle traffic was interrupted due to waterlogging. Excavations have been carried out for the construction of the canal on Jhinjhana Road and Pawawara Chowk to Roadways Bus Stand Road, but work has been hampered due to rain.

The shopkeepers have problems with the pits dug in front of the shops. On the other hand, there was waterlogging in Kairanas Mohalla Khalkala, Ghosa Chungi, Bisatian, Chowk Bazaar and Mohalla Alkala. Pedestrians struggled with waterlogging in places. On the other hand, torrential rains in Jhinjhana on Wednesday caused unrest and relief. The streets and towns of the market were flooded.

Outrage among city dwellers because of waterlogging

Kandhla. People are upset about the waterlogging problem in the city due to rain. City residents Akhtar, Umaid, Dinesh, Sonu, Umardeen, Rajpal, Rahul, etc. say that drains should be cleaned before the rain in the city so that the water can be drained and the problem of waterlogging does not arise. He said there were ponds all over the city to drain the rainwater, but some people have occupied them. Due to the lack of drainage, the problem of waterlogging occurs during the rainy season. The drains are littered with dirt, causing rainwater to flow along the streets to the traders’ establishments. City residents say there have been repeated written and verbal complaints to resolve this issue, but no solution has been found to resolve the issue.

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Underwater underpasses, disrupted traffic

Shamli / Jalalabad / Thana Bhawan. As soon as it rains, the underpasses are flooded, which means that many villages are no longer connected to the city.

Underpasses of City Kirori Marg, Brigadier Hoshiar Singh Inter College Road, Budhana Road, Balwa Road, Goharni and Silawar were flooded with rainwater. This disrupted vehicle traffic. In Jalalabad, the Delhi-Yamunotri highway from Indira Gate to Peeth Maidan has been submerged due to rain. The commuters were disturbed in the shops, Nagar Panchayat’s office, the police station along the highway. The customers who go in and out of the bank on the highway side also had problems. There are railway underpasses on both routes to reach the village of Ambehata Yakubpur. The movement of the villagers in the village has come to a standstill due to waterlogging in them. Villagers must come and go after traveling a long distance from Ahmedpur village, different route. The connection to the place has been lost due to water filling in the railway underpass. On the other hand, there are four railway underpasses in the Thana Bhawan, Shahvilayat, Hasanpur Road, Rashidgarh Road and Oon Marg area. Youth sheds have been installed at the Shahvatilayat and Rashidgarh Road underpasses. This means that rainwater does not enter and the problem of waterlogging is largely solved. In addition, the railway underpass on the Thana Bhawan-Yarpur road near Lajpat Rai Girls Inter College and on Unna Road was flooded as soon as it rained. As a result, many villages were cut off from the city. Rampal Saini, a resident of Jhinjhana, returned with his family. His van got stuck in the underpass because it was filled with water. The transporter was later pulled out with the help of a tractor. Some people go to their destination by getting off the bridge of a small minor who is on an equal footing with the underpass. Adesh Saini, Vinod Kumar, Rakesh Singh etc say they have a lot of trouble commuting due to the water filling in the underpass.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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