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Life limps back to normalcy in Delhi as water recedes

Daily life started limping back to normalcy in the national capital as the water level started receding in areas that witnessed massive flooding and waterlogging over the last week. People were seen stepping out in large numbers and were seen starting their daily chores like going to offices, opening shops and buying essential commodities. Metro and train services which were hit during the flooding were resumed.
Last Updated : 19 July 2023, 11:25 IST

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There was a sight of relief as parts of the city that have been grappling with waterlogging and flooding gradually began receding slowly. Credit: PTI Photo
There was a sight of relief as parts of the city that have been grappling with waterlogging and flooding gradually began receding slowly. Credit: PTI Photo
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People resumed daily chores and and July 19 morning saw congestion at places like ITO barrage, Kalindi Kunj, Rajghat and other flood affected places. Credit: PTI Photo
People resumed daily chores and and July 19 morning saw congestion at places like ITO barrage, Kalindi Kunj, Rajghat and other flood affected places. Credit: PTI Photo
With the situation deteriorating every passing hour last week, Kejriwal had urged the Centre to intervene and the Delhi Police imposed Section 144 of the CrPC in flood-prone areas to prevent public movement there. Credit: PTI Photo
With the situation deteriorating every passing hour last week, Kejriwal had urged the Centre to intervene and the Delhi Police imposed Section 144 of the CrPC in flood-prone areas to prevent public movement there. Credit: PTI Photo
Shopkeepers during the clean-up of their establishments at Monastery market after the floodwater receded, in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo
Shopkeepers during the clean-up of their establishments at Monastery market after the floodwater receded, in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo
A train runs on the Old Yamuna Bridge after the river's floodwater receded in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo
A train runs on the Old Yamuna Bridge after the river's floodwater receded in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo
Municipal Corporation of Delhi workers clean the road near the monastery market after Yamuna floodwater receded in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo
Municipal Corporation of Delhi workers clean the road near the monastery market after Yamuna floodwater receded in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo
A flood-hit resident looks at houses submerged in the floodwaters of the swollen Yamuna river near Nizamuddin Bridge, in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo
A flood-hit resident looks at houses submerged in the floodwaters of the swollen Yamuna river near Nizamuddin Bridge, in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo
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Published 19 July 2023, 03:19 IST

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