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Roads formed in Gurugram due to rain, golfer Jyoti Randhawa floated a boat on the water-filled road

Badshahpur / Gurugram, Jagran correspondent. The plush society Tattvam Villa of Sohna Road could not survive the waterlogging in Wednesday’s heavy rain. International golfer Jyoti Randhawa, who lives in the Society, floated a boat from her home to Sohna Road in this waterlogging Gurugram today news.

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बारिश से गुरुग्राम में तालाब बनी सड़कें, गोल्फर ज्योति रंधावा ने पानी भरी सड़क पर चलाई बोट

Pepsi CEO Kapil Aggarwal, Oyo Room MD Ritesh Agarwal, one channel owner Ravdra Narayan, Snapdeal’s Rohit Bansal, Bollywood actress Chitrangada Singh, Indigo pilot Rajesh Walia have many big personalities in this society Gurugram today news.

The most important thing is that each villa in this society is worth about Rs 10 crore. Society has 217 villas. The Tattvam Villa Society is considered the third number of society after the budget luxurious society Aralias and Mongolia. Many famous people of this country live in this society. The luxurious society Tatvam Villa of Sohna Road also could not survive the waterlogging. International golfer Jyoti Randhawa, who lives in the Society, floated a boat from her home to Sohna Road in this waterlogging Gurugram today news.

Video of boat play on Twitter

The entire road leading from Sohna Road to this society was flooded. International water golfer Jyoti Randhawa drove a water boat from the society to Sohna Road when the waterlogged. He also put a video of waterboat running on Twitter. The chairman of Tattvam Villa RWA, Somesh Jawrani, says that people are facing problems due to waterlogging in the way of the society. There was not much problem of water logging inside the society.

Gurugram Rain Update: Up to 12 feet of rainwater filled in an underpass on Golfcourse Road

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Gurugram, Jagran correspondent. The torrential rains on Wednesday in Gurugram, adjacent to Delhi, exposed the arrangements of the government departments. Due to lack of cleaning of drains, a river-like view appeared everywhere. 95 mm of rain was recorded till 11 am. On the Delhi-Jaipur highway, a traffic jam of about 20 kilometers from the Delhi border to the Kherkidoula toll plaza once again created a jam situation. In the underpass on golfcourse road

About twelve feet of rain water was filled. Many luxury vehicles also drowned in the water. Water entered the basements of several homes in the Golf Course area. Traffic was stopped from both underpasses due to water logging at Medanta underpass, IFFCO Chowk underpass. Till midday, there was chaos in the entire city due to water logging and traffic jam. Water also entered the houses of many colonies and sectors of the old city.

Waterlogging occurred in many areas including Sohna Road, Subhash Chowk, Bakhtawar Chowk, Sector-46, Pataudi Road, Sector 34. Apart from this, several feet of water was flooded near the CRPF camp on Himgiri Chowk, Umang Bhardwaj Chowk, IFFCO Chowk, Sheetla Mata Mandir Road and near the bus stand area.

Apart from this, in front of Maruti’s Gate number one on Old Delhi Road and in front of Shani TempleNearby, rainwater flooded at Jwala Meal Road, Unitech Cyber ​​Park, Sector 42-27 Chowk on Golf Course Road, Sector Char-Five Chowk, Sohna Chowk, Basai Village Main Road, Sikanderpur Metro Station, Mayfield Garden Point and Fazilpur Chowk Gone.

High sewer on the highway, trouble in low-lying areas

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An open drain for rainwater from Hero Honda Chowk to Kherkidoula toll plaza on the Delhi-Jaipur highway is about ten kilometers long. A drain formed along the first SPR (Southern Peripheral Road) from Kherikadola toll plaza is joining the drain of the highway.

The rainwater coming from Vatika Chowk through this drain drains the highway reaches and creates considerable pressure. The rainy stream starts to blow up and flood-like conditions occur in the low-lying areas of the highway – Narsuhpur, Baharampur, Kherkidoula and Mohammadpur.


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