Roads flooded due to rain, people’s problems increased

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Cyclists who get wet when it rains reach their destination in front of the city’s train station. conversation
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Baliya. Wednesday’s scorching rain brought some relief to people who were exposed to the humid heat for several days, but people had to pay a heavy price for it. Streets across the city were flooded. People who took to the streets struggled with this problem all day. On the other hand, while normal life was disrupted by flooding of streets by rain, the drains flowing in the city were filled with water. As a result, the wastewater from the sewer system is distributed on the streets. Because of this, people had to face many transportation difficulties.
The rain flooded various streets in the city. In addition, rainwater seeped into people’s homes in half a dozen localities, including Tagore Nagar, Japlingganj, Kazipura. In addition, the streets from Goods Godown to Satish Chandra College Square on NH-31, LIC Road to Naya Chowk, Kazipura to Collectorate Road, Middhi to NCC Tiraha were flooded with rainwater. Apart from that due to rain in the city of Kazipura, Japlingganj, Mishra Newari, Bhrigu Ashram, Rajendra Nagar, Beduan, Loha Patti, Gujari Bazar, Shrirambihar Colony, Anand Nagar, District Hospital Complex, District Women’s Hospital Complex, Collectorate Complex and Japlingganj Police Outposts The rainwater was also replenished, causing problems for officials and the public. However, as soon as the news of waterlogging arrived, the city authorities intervened and, on the instructions of Executive Officer Dinesh Kumar Vishwakarma, the community’s plumbing workers were put on the work to drain the rainwater. After much effort, the plumbing workers fetched rainwater from various parts of the city until late at night. While many localities are still filled with rainwater, people are getting into trouble.

Baliya. Wednesday’s scorching rain brought some relief to people who were exposed to the humid heat for several days, but people had to pay a heavy price for it. Streets across the city were flooded. People who took to the streets struggled with this problem all day. On the other hand, while normal life was disrupted by flooding of streets by rain, the drains flowing in the city were filled with water. As a result, the wastewater from the sewer system is distributed on the streets. Because of this, people had to face many transportation difficulties.

The rain flooded various streets in the city. In addition, rainwater seeped into people’s homes in half a dozen localities, including Tagore Nagar, Japlingganj, Kazipura. In addition, the streets from Goods Godown to Satish Chandra College Square on NH-31, LIC Road to Naya Chowk, Kazipura to Collectorate Road, Middhi to NCC Tiraha were flooded with rainwater. Apart from that due to rain in the city of Kazipura, Japlingganj, Mishra Newari, Bhrigu Ashram, Rajendra Nagar, Beduan, Loha Patti, Gujari Bazar, Shrirambihar Colony, Anand Nagar, District Hospital Complex, District Women’s Hospital Complex, Collectorate Complex and Japlingganj Police Outposts The rainwater was also replenished, causing problems for officials and the public. However, as soon as the news of waterlogging arrived, the city authorities intervened and, on the instructions of Executive Officer Dinesh Kumar Vishwakarma, the community’s plumbing workers were put on the work to drain the rainwater. After much effort, the plumbing workers fetched rainwater from various parts of the city until late at night. While many localities are still filled with rainwater, people are getting into trouble.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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