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Road caves-in disrupting traffic in Delhi’s Rohini

New Delhi, July 4, 2022- The rain not only brings respite from the hot weather but also reveals the quality of roads in the national capital.

After a brief spell of rain in the city on Sunday, a road was damaged in the Rohini area leading to disruption of traffic.

The Delhi Traffic police said a tree was uprooted and a road caved-in near Goodwill Society Sec-13 Rohini, affecting traffic in both carriageways of K.N Katju Marg.

It further advised the commuters to avoid this stretch.

“The traffic coming from Ring Road side to Authority Redlight has been diverted towards Road No. B5, Patel Apartments and the traffic coming from Authority Redlight to Ring Road has been diverted from GS Apartment,” the traffic police said.

Meanwhile, as per the IMD report, thunderstorms with light to moderate intensity rain would occur over South Delhi, East Delhi and adjoining areas.  (Agency)

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