On Saturday morning, Delhi and the national capital region (NCR) witnessed heavy rainfall, bringing the mercury down and leading to waterlogging in several places, inconveniencing people.
In many places of Delhi and NCR, the vehicular movement was slow due to waterlogging.
The Delhi Traffic Police mentioned the waterlogging on Minto Bridge in the following tweet:
In another tweet, the Delhi Traffic Police addressed the waterlogging on Gurugram Road-Pared Road:
Delhi Traffic Police also conveyed the information via the micro-blogging site about waterlogging at Pul Prahladpur Underpass. “Traffic Interrupted at MB road diverted on Mathura road,” it said.
They tweeted about the waterlogging in the Moolchand Underpass and Azad Market Underpass:
Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) also tweeted about the rainfall in Delhi:
The monsoon has made a comeback in Delhi-NCR after many days.
Recently, the IMD had expressed the possibility of people getting relief from the heat soon.
The IMD also predicts that similar weather conditions would prevail in Delhi-NCR for the next few days.
The above article has been published from a wire agency with minimal modifications to the headline and text.