Delhi CM holds emergency meet to deal with heavy downpour affects

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said Delhi’s system was not designed to tackle heavy downpour, this year an unexpected rainfall recorded in the national capital so people have to face problems.

Kejriwal, chaired an emergency meeting at Delhi Secretariat with all the ministers and Mayor on the situation in Delhi arising out of continuous rains here, said unprecedented rains have been lashing entire north India for a few days. For the first time in 40-50 years, it is raining so much.

All the state governments of north India are working at their respective levels to provide relief to the people, said CM.

He said that the ministers, MLAs, councilors and concerned officers are working day and night to deal with such situation.

Several decisions have been taken in the meeting such as potholes would be filled with stones, employees have been deployed to clean the Bell Mouth of drains, construction work should be stopped, to avoid traffic jam, police should apply more force on vulnerable points and order for investigation of road subsidence at three places.

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