A 60 Years old man found drowning into water under the Minto bridge on Sunday. After a volley in Delhi. Police stated that the man was trying to go through from underpass with his tata ace tempo when underpass has been waterlogged. The body has found at around 10 said by assistant commissioner of police Rajender Dubey (Barakhamba Road). “Kundan” the driver got stuck at underpass when we were traveling with his tata ace from New Delhi railway station towards Connaught place.
Another Police Officer said that at the time when he was drowning he did not submerge immediately, perhaps he was trying to save himself with his tempo hence he got stuck in. His body discovered by A trackman who is working at New Delhi railway station Yard. Trackman swam and retrieved Kundan’s body then he alerted police.
The Body has identified as Kundan Kumar resident of Uttarakhand, According to a police statement, there was not any a single mark of injury on him, However, he was trying to come out but couldn’t succeed thus it seems like he died of drowning.
“Manoj Tiwari” MP of Northeast Delhi from BJP tweeted and realizing Arvind Kejriwal by saying that the condition of roads in Delhi is not good, a single night’s rain made the waterlogging problem, what will be the situation if the rain goes continue for some days.
— ANI (@ANI) July 19, 2020
Well, this is not the first time that the rain made these circumstances in Delhi it always to happen, and we are habitual of this, but it does not mean that we will be facing these kinds of problems. Atul Garg director of Delhi fire services said that when he did not know that there is also a dead body they got a call about A DTC and auto-rickshaw. Which were rescued by them, “We received the call around 7.45 am and rescued the driver and conductor of the bus and an auto driver,” said Garg, adding that there were no passengers in the bus at that time.
According to the Delhi Traffic Police, the roads which found affected by rain are Azadpur Underpass, Pul Prahladpur Underpass, Paharganj side of New Delhi railway station, South Avenue Road, Moolachand Underpass and near Batra Hospital, e.t.c. Now the Delhi traffic police also issued an advisory for everyone not to go around the areas which are affected and can be affected by rain.