Heavy rains in Rajasthan’s Ajmer district left roads and streets waterlogged on Tuesday.
Heavy rains in Rajasthan’s Ajmer district have left waterlogged in many areas. (Photo: India Today/Chandra Shekhar Sharma)
Heavy rains in Rajasthan’s Ajmer district left roads and streets waterlogged and affected the normal life of the people.
Passengers had a lot of difficulty navigating the water-logged roads.
Photo: India Today/Chandra Shekhar Sharma
India Today spoke to several people who said the heavy downpour that lasted only about an hour made it difficult for them to move and reach their destinations.
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“As it rained for almost an hour, the water is stagnant, making it difficult for us to move. Things will get worse when the monsoon comes in full flow,” a motorcyclist told India Today.
Many people have expressed anguish that despite knowing that heavy rains will fall, the administration did not take sufficient measures to prevent waterlogging.
“Management has done little to ensure that people’s lives are not made worse by heavy rains,” another traveler told India Today.
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