New Delhi: After dealing with complaint for water-logged roads following rains within the nationwide capital, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal mentioned that civic businesses have been busy combating Coronavirus, including this used to be no longer the time to play blame recreation. He additionally asserted that efforts have been being made to filter the water on the soonest. Also Read – COVID Vaccine News: AIIMS to Begin Human Trials of India’s 1st Indigenous Corona Vaccine Covaxin From Next Week
“This year, all agencies, be it Delhi government or MCD, were under corona control. They had many difficulties due to Karona. This is not the time for blame game. Everyone has to fulfill their responsibilities together. Wherever water is filled, we will try to remove it immediately,” Kejriwal mentioned in a tweet. Also Read – Coronavirus in Delhi: AAP MLA Atishi, Now COVID Negative, to Donate Plasma Today
“Waterlogging has been removed from the Minto Bridge. Since this morning, I was in contact with agencies and was monitoring the process of removing water from there. We are keeping an eye on more such places in Delhi. Wherever water is collected, it is being pumped immediately,” he added in every other tweet. Also Read – One Million Coronavirus Cases: India’s Recovery Rate Far Better, Only 0.35 Patients on Ventilator, Says Health Ministry
Earlier within the day, a senior citizen misplaced his lifestyles after he it seems that drowned below water in a street which were given waterlogged after heavy rains lashed the nationwide capital and its surrounding spaces nowadays morning.
In a observation nowadays, the Delhi Police mentioned, “Person identified as Kundan, about 60 years old, was driving towards CP (Connaught Place) this morning. He tried to manoeuvre his vehicle through waterlogged underpass, but apparently couldn’t succeed. Seems he died of drowning. No external injury marks. Inquest proceedings u/s 174 CrPC on.”
Further, a bus of the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) additionally were given caught below the Minto Bridge because of waterlogged roads. Passengers of the bus have been rescued through body of workers of the Delhi Fire Services (DFS). But, no harm amongst the ones of who have been on board the DTC bus were reported thus far.
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