Just 6mm of rain, waterlogged even after drain cleaning on Delhi road

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lift up Heavy rains on Friday afternoon led to waterlogging in many parts of the city. The Public Health Department flooded Delhi Road with one to one and a half feet of water. According to the IMD, Hisar city has recorded 6 mm of rain on Friday. Hisar recorded 16 mm of rain in 24 hours. Balsamand recorded 13.0 mm of rain. The Department of Meteorology has issued a yellow alert for Saturday, July 30.
According to the Department of Meteorology, there will be a change in weather for the next 4 days. Due to this change, there is a chance of rain. A yellow alert has been issued in North Haryana for the possibility of heavy rains on July 30. Friday morning was cloudy. Due to the sudden change in the afternoon, it rained intermittently until the evening. At quarter past three in the afternoon there was a lot of rain in the city. The rain caused a drop in temperature. In Hisar, the afternoon mercury was 4 degrees Celsius below normal at 31.9 degrees Celsius and the night temperature was recorded at 26.6 degrees Celsius.
Despite clearing the Delhi Road drain, the rain on Friday dulled. The rain water could not be drained until late in the evening. At the same time, the low-lying areas of the city were also submerged. The sewer line from Gobindgarh Bazar, Jahajpul to Multani Chowk was cleaned by the Public Health Department. During the rains, the department had to deploy 25 additional staff. Let us tell you that recently on Delhi Road from Sun City to Jindal Chowk Mod, B&R cleaned the drain with a super vacuum machine. During this, the department had had blockades in eight different places in two days. Those blocks were opened. After this, the department officials had claimed that now there will be no water stagnation on Delhi Road in the rains. But after the rains on Friday, the work of the officials was questioned by the filling of water again on this road.
water filled here and there
Due to rain, Krishna Nagar, Mahata Nagar, Barwali Dhani, Dogran Mohalla, Saiyan Mohalla, Azad Nagar, Rajiv Nagar, IG Chowk, Milgate, Surya Nagar, Tarsem Nagar, Shiv Colony, Kunjlal Garden, Shanti Nagar, Industrial Area, Urban Estate Area, Nirankari Bhawan Road, Satrod, Cantt Market, Shiv Nagar, Rampura Mohalla, Pathana Mohalla, Indira Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Model Town, Canal Colony and other colonies have been inundated with water.
After the rain, the water came out in two to two and a half hours. In areas where there are no storm drains, water remained stagnant until late evening. The entire squad remained alert to the rain. In addition to the staff of 100 employees, an additional 25 employees had to be deployed.
– Jasbir, SDO, Department of Public Health
If it rains, the water will fill the road in Delhi, but it will turn off. A block still needs to be opened between a distance of 20 to 30 meters. He had a conversation with the Department of Public Health about the super-sucking machine. He said he will deliver the machine on Saturday. The lock will open as soon as the machine is found.
– Dalbir Rathi, SDO, B&R Department

lift up Heavy rains on Friday afternoon led to waterlogging in many parts of the city. The Public Health Department flooded Delhi Road with one to one and a half feet of water. According to the IMD, Hisar city has recorded 6 mm of rain on Friday. Hisar recorded 16 mm of rain in 24 hours. Balsamand recorded 13.0 mm of rain. The Department of Meteorology has issued a yellow alert for Saturday, July 30.

According to the Department of Meteorology, there will be a change in weather for the next 4 days. Due to this change, there is a chance of rain. A yellow alert has been issued in North Haryana for the possibility of heavy rains on July 30. Friday morning was cloudy. Due to the sudden change in the afternoon, it rained intermittently until the evening. At quarter past three in the afternoon there was a lot of rain in the city. The rain caused a drop in temperature. In Hisar, the afternoon mercury was 4 degrees Celsius below normal at 31.9 degrees Celsius and the night temperature was recorded at 26.6 degrees Celsius.

Despite clearing the Delhi Road drain, the rain on Friday dulled. The rain water could not be drained until late in the evening. At the same time, the low-lying areas of the city were also submerged. The sewer line from Gobindgarh Bazar, Jahajpul to Multani Chowk was cleaned by the Public Health Department. During the rains, the department had to deploy 25 additional staff. Let us know that B&R recently cleaned the drain from Sun City to Jindal Chowk Mod on Delhi Road with a super vacuum machine. During this, the department had had blockades in eight different places in two days. Those blocks were opened. After this, the department officials had claimed that now there will be no water stagnation on Delhi Road in the rains. But after the rains on Friday, the work of the officials was questioned by the filling of water again on this road.

water filled here and there

Due to rain, Krishna Nagar, Mahata Nagar, Barwali Dhani, Dogran Mohalla, Saiyan Mohalla, Azad Nagar, Rajiv Nagar, IG Chowk, Milgate, Surya Nagar, Tarsem Nagar, Shiv Colony, Kunjlal Garden, Shanti Nagar, Industrial Area, Urban Estate Area, Nirankari Bhawan Road, Satrod, Cantt Market, Shiv Nagar, Rampura Mohalla, Pathana Mohalla, Indira Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Model Town, Canal Colony and other colonies have been inundated with water.

After the rain, the water came out in two to two and a half hours. In areas where there are no storm drains, water remained stagnant until late in the evening. The entire squad remained alert to the rain. In addition to the staff of 100 employees, an additional 25 employees had to be deployed.

– Jasbir, SDO, Department of Public Health

If it rains, the water will fill the road in Delhi, but it will turn off. A block still needs to be opened between a distance of 20 to 30 meters. He had a conversation with the Department of Public Health about the super-sucking machine. He said he will deliver the machine on Saturday. The lock will open as soon as the machine is found.

– Dalbir Rathi, SDO, B&R Department

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