Downpour Lashes Indian Cities Post Severe Heatwave

07 Jul 2019 12:33 PM

Downpour Lashes Indian Cities Post Severe Heatwave

Updated 07 Jul 2019 12:33 PM

People from all over India visit Kedareshwar temple of Madhya Pradesh's Ratlam. But after this monsoon season, the waterfall at the temple was swollen severely. This lead to heavy flow of water inside the temple. In the visuals one can see how heavy water-logging is making things difficult for the pilgrims.
The visuals are of government offices in Uttar Pradesh's Sitapur. The District Magisterate office, SP office and many others are heavily water-logged after rains lashed the area. This happened as when Monsoon arrived, there were no arrangements of disposing off rain water
None of the authorities have any answer about the hollow promises made by administration about cleaning the drains and making full-proof arrangements ahead of rains

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