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"Noida" a Hero amid the flooding conditions in Delhi and Gurgaon

Date - 17 July 2023
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Despite the severe rains in North India, it appears that Noida residents had nothing but good things to say. Compared to Delhi and Gurgaon, fewer people complained about flooded roadways.

Currently, Delhi and the nearby locations have received heavy rainfall on the weekend. The 41-year-old record is broken as the city recorded 153 mm of heavy rain in the last 24 hours. On Twitter, the users have talked about the various things they did during the heavy rainfall. No wonder how much the people complained of waterlogging, the residents of Noida have very little to say about the road turning into a river.

Over the various platforms of social media, people of Gurugram have shared various videos of daily commute has become a task. Over the terrible road conditions, people have expressed their ordeals. Whereas, when talking about Noida it was totally a different scenario, here the people have enjoyed and posted family time well-spent pictures.

There was an online discussion on Noida and Gurgaon road conditions during the rainy seasons, and the winner is Noida. Hindol Sengupta the Historian tweeted the same. He seemed very impressed about Noida's infrastructure and asked the Gurugram Officials to take note. In his tweet, he has mentioned "For straight long one day the rain has not stopped but no water logging to be reported. Note that Gurugram! Residents may not believe it, but Noida has much better infrastructure as compared with Gurugram".

Another Twitter user said, "I always find Noida infrastructure far better and good - touch wood. No power cut downs to water logging issues - all claps for the government as their commission is lesser than any Haryana Government. A big shoot out to UP CM Yogi Adityanath''.

Weather Department has predicted more rain in the coming days in Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttrakhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, and nearby areas.

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