In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR throws traffic out of gear, brings region to a standstill

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New Delhi, July 11: Traffic took a hit across the National Capital Region today as intermittent showers since yesterday caused waterlogging at many places. Delhi received 93.8 mm of rainfall between 5.30 PM yesterday to 8.30 AM.

According to Delhi traffic police, vehicular movement was slow in Najafgarh area, Dhansa, Chhawla, Nangloi, Delhi Gate, ITO junction, Dhaula Kuan and Naraina.

Commuters travelling to the national capital from Gurgaon and Noida were also stuck in traffic due to waterlogging in the adjoining suburbs.The MeT department has predicted that sporadic rains will continue to lash the city throughout the day.

Yesterday too, continuous downpour had left various areas submerged in knee-deep water causing traffic snarls and chaos.

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

A view of traffic jam on Expressway due to rainfall in Noida on Friday. (PTI Photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

Water logging at a road after heavy rains in New Delhi. (PTI Photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

A worker arranges the luggage trolleys as it rains at IGI Airport in New Delhi. (PTI photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

Traffic moves slowly at waterlogged roads near New Delhi Railway Station during rains in New Delhi on Saturday. (PTI Photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

A girl crosses a road as it rains heavily in New Delhi. (PTI Photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

People walk in rains at Vijay Chowk in New Delhi. (PTI Photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

Children play in rain water at Vijay Chowk lawn in New Delhi. (PTI Photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

Workers take shelter under a plastic sheet as it rains heavily in Delhi. (PTI Photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

People walk in rains at Rajpath in New Delhi. (PTI Photo)

In pics: Heavy rainfall in Delhi-NCR

Traffic moves slowly at Ring Road near ISBT due to heavy rains in New Delhi. (PTI Photo)

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