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Twitter users hail Noida after heavy rain flood streets in Delhi, Gurgaon

Over the weekend, there was significant rainfall in Delhi as well as the neighbouring cities of Noida and Gurgaon. The national capital shattered a record that had stood for 41 years when it received 153 mm of rain in a single day. Several Twitter users highlighted their weekend activities in the pouring rain. While some spoke well of the group, others primarily criticised the water logging and roads turning into a river.

Social media users posted videos showing how Gurgaon residents’ daily commutes have become difficult. They complained about the bad state of the roads. However, based on the responses, it appears that this was not the case with Noida.

No prizes for guessing, but the significant contrast in the state of the roads sparked an internet debate, and it seems Noida has prevailed.

Likewise, historian Hindol Sengupta tweeted about it. He asked Gurgaon officials to take notes after expressing how impressed he was by Noida’s infrastructure. It has been pouring since yesterday, but there are no waterlogged roads in Noida, which has really impressed me.  Although most people  on Twitter didn’t like to admit it, Noida has far superior fundamental infrastructure versus Gurgaon.

Taking to Twitter a user said, although it has been raining nonstop for two hours, there have been no reports of water logging in Noida as of yet. He also said, went across 3 underpasses today and not one has issues with waterlogging.

In a tweet, a Twitter user compared the infrastructures of Noida and Gurgaon. He said, touchwood, he find that NOIDA’s infrastructure is much better. Kudos to Sarkar and Sarkari Machinery for avoiding power outages and water logging; their rates of omission and commission are unquestionably lower than those of Sarkar in Haryana. The user also congratulations to Yogi Adityanath and called him  Sewak of UP.

For Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir, Rajasthan, Delhi and its surrounding districts, the weather office has forecast heavy rain in these states.

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