Shame on TRS! Hyderabad residents vent anger online as rain inundates streets

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The Southwest Monsoon continued to drench the city of Hyderabad on Tuesday, due to a low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal, off the Odisha coast.

The city witnessed a standstill as commuters made their way to work on Tuesday morning, with arterial roads inundated and waterlogged.

With the rain expected to continue until Wednesday evening, and with no respite in sight, many took to social media, to vent their ire about the state of the city with each passing Monsoon season.

 roads non existent and full of potholes, commuting nightmare for all..even good roads are broken 

Continues rains in  from yesterday evening  Have a safe drive/ride today & take care of ur health @WeAreHyderabad

These rains are all set to take down the city. Buck up  for some breathtaking traffic snarls. 

It’s POURING today. Consequences: Clogged roads. CRAZY Traffic jams. Uber & Ola celebrating Christmas. 🙄Those  again!

Tired of booking a cab through uber/Ola/Utoo/meru etc etc.. Finally I took an auto 😂😂
Auto mera saathi 😛 

Hyderabad witnessed heavy rainfall in several parts of the city resulting in flood-like situation in few places.@KTRTRS

The Hyderabad Traffic police too, urged citizens not to travel, unless necessary.

Rainfall data between 8 am to 9 am
Moulali-7.5mm, Malkajgiri-5 mm
Bandlaguda-4.5mm, Tirumalagiri-4mm

Slow moving traffic on all main roads, traffic police urge citizens not to travel unless necessary

Maximum rainfall data between 11 am to 12 noon

Emergency teams of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) have also been deployed to clear the streets.

A central emergency 24×7 cell has also been set up at 040-23394566, for rain related complaints.

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Filling of potholes with wet mix and leveling undulations by  engineering staff


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