Have You Ever Seen The Connaught River in Delhi? A Twitter User Posted a Video of The CP Flood

Have You Ever Seen The Connaught River in Delhi? A Twitter User Posted a Video of The CP Flood

Almost all parts of India receive moderate to heavy rainfall. However, this year, the rain is making headlines everywhere! From flooded city streets to erosion, rain has been responsible for many things. And this time he gave birth to a new river in Connaught Place in Delhi, it is Connaught river!

Have You Seen The Connaught River In Delhi?

Twitter user Ankit. Today shared a video from Connaught Place in Delhi. It showed a flooded road due to rain. The tweet was captioned as “Delhi doesn’t get as much love and attention as Bengaluru”. And the Internet user called people to do the right thing in the capital! But, more importantly, he called the flooded road “Connaught River”! And that’s how Delhi got a new river!

Many Twitter users agree with the user and report that they have the same opinion. An official said that while Bengaluru has the tech industry, Delhi has a lot of potential to turn roads into rivers. He further said that India’s version of Venice is here. Another user responded by saying “Lower your cruise speed”. One of the users responded by replying that congestion is a temporary problem and traffic congestion is the main problem in Delhi.

The city and its surrounding areas are still experiencing heavy rains or heavy rains early Sunday morning, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rains for the national capital for the day. the next two. Heavy rains lashed the Indian capital, Delhi, on Saturday, inundating many areas. Floods damaged roads in many places including Pragati Maidan, Nehru Nagar, Panchsheel Marg, Kalkaji and ITO. In fact, the government declared Monday a public school holiday and asked government employees to stay on the ground. This year, the national capital experienced heavy rains which resulted in waterlogging in many places. In addition, there is a possibility of non-stop rain!

So, if you are a Delhiite and live near flooded roads, check the weather forecast before you go.

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