Talaiya turned into a honeymoon due to heavy rain

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Rafrozabad! After the torrential rain on Thursday, the store withdrew the water that was in the store in the CB market.
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Firozabad. The first drizzle of the monsoon rains was a problem for the residents of Suhagnagri. Waterlogging turned the whole city into a pool. The rain also exposed the urban society’s sewer cleaning system. In the villages of the new population area, the houses built in the lower elevations were flooded. The shopkeepers have suffered a loss of several hundred rupees because the shops on the residential street were filled with water.
It’s been raining in circles for days. However, it rained heavily on Thursday around 4 p.m. The rain lasted for about an hour and a half continuously. The residential street was flooded after heavy rain. Water seeped into shops and homes when water filled the access road near Jatavpuri, Nagla Bari, Naini Glass.
Water seeped into the local street shops around the club square. The worst was the situation on the residential street in front of the district hospital. The vehicles parked on the street drowned because the water here was three to four feet full. The traffic system in the city was completely derailed due to waterlogging. Due to waterlogging on the premises of the district hospital, there was a problem for the nursing staff and the staff.
Water filled in these areas and people’s problems increased
Baghel Colony, Urdu Nagar, Kerbela, Bhimnagar, Devnagar, Mecca Colony, Abbas Nagar, Nagla Pachia, Tapaklan, Satyanagar, Jhalkari Nagar, Pier, Tilaknagar, Bodhashram Road, Dammamal Nagar, Mohalla Kotla, Mayapuri, Sahai, Mahadev Nagar , Lalpur Chhapariya, around the Shriram colony, Agra Gate, Mohalla Kotla, Hajipura, Sheetal Khan Road, Nagla Bari, Duli Chauraha, Hanuman Road, Choubey Ji Ka Bagh, Kotla Road, Nai Basti, Katra Mohalla, Dhovi with the Wali culvert flooded.
The cross-border commuter’s contact with the city was broken
Ramnagar, Santnagar, Chharbagh, Kanhaiyanagar and other localities were completely cut off from the city as the passages of Chandrawar Gate and Pameshwargate were flooded 1.2 to 1.5 meters in the rain. People crossed the railway line and went from side to side. The officials responsible for the drainage made no arrangements.

Firozabad. The first drizzle of the monsoon rains was a problem for the residents of Suhagnagri. Waterlogging turned the whole city into a pool. The rain also exposed the urban society’s sewer cleaning system. In the villages of the new population area, the houses built in the lower elevations were flooded. The shopkeepers have suffered a loss of several hundred rupees because the shops on the residential street were filled with water.

It’s been raining in circles for days. However, it rained heavily on Thursday around 4 p.m. The rain lasted for about an hour and a half continuously. The residential street was flooded after heavy rain. Water seeped into shops and homes when water filled the access road near Jatavpuri, Nagla Bari, Naini Glass.

Water seeped into the local street shops around the club square. The worst was the situation on the residential street in front of the district hospital. The vehicles parked on the street drowned because the water here was three to four feet full. The traffic system in the city was completely derailed due to waterlogging. Due to waterlogging on the premises of the district hospital, there was a problem for the nursing staff and the staff.

Water filled in these areas and people’s problems increased

Baghel Colony, Urdu Nagar, Kerbela, Bhimnagar, Devnagar, Mecca Colony, Abbas Nagar, Nagla Pachia, Tapaklan, Satyanagar, Jhalkari Nagar, Pier, Tilaknagar, Bodhashram Road, Dammamal Nagar, Mohalla Kotla, Mayapuri, Sahai, Mahadev Nagar , Lalpur Chhapariya, around the Shriram colony, Agra Gate, Mohalla Kotla, Hajipura, Sheetal Khan Road, Nagla Bari, Duli Chauraha, Hanuman Road, Choubey Ji Ka Bagh, Kotla Road, Nai Basti, Katra Mohalla, Dhovi with the Wali culvert flooded.

The cross-border commuter’s contact with the city was broken

Ramnagar, Santnagar, Chharbagh, Kanhaiyanagar and other localities were completely cut off from the city as the passages of Chandrawar Gate and Pameshwargate were flooded 1.2 to 1.5 meters in the rain. People crossed the railway line and went from side to side. The officials responsible for the drainage made no arrangements.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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