Come the monsoon and Indian urban communities transform into authentic bad dreams, prompting distress for its residents. Waterlogging, flooding and the subsequent hazards have gotten normal with the beginning of the stormy season. Unremitting precipitation in Delhi and NCR area overflowed numerous roads, with Gurugram bearing its most extreme brunt. Substantial showers lowered low-lying territories in midriff profound water and carried the traffic to a stop.
On Wednesday, Gurugram got more than 95 mm of precipitation. This is one-fifth of the absolute downpour that the city gets every year. A three-hour downpour spell left numerous regions lowered. Gurugram, a city which pronounces to be one of the sparkling instances of a thousand years city, ground to a halt on Wednesday. Can any anyone explain why consistently ordinary life is upset in the urban zones with the approach of the storm. Prof. Shreekant Gupta of the Delhi School of Economics accepts what occurred in Gurgaon is a case of a 'urban calamity'. "Gurgaon as far as its urban arranging is a bad dream," he says
Urbanization is a certain procedure and urban zones will continue growing demographically and spatially. Then again, environmental change is causing unpredictable precipitation designs every year. "We can't generally accuse the climate," says Vaishali Nigam Sinha, Gurugram occupant and Chair of ReNew Foundation. "Arranging bombed us sooner or later, the upkeep in these urban areas is bombing us. I don't think enough is being done," she says.
City experts in the past have been pulled up for their absence of readiness. The city organizations should anticipate such and as per Prof. Shreekant Gupta the circumstance won't change till there is responsibility, "Except if there is responsibility we will simply proceed onward with the following new cycle and things won't change." says Gupta.