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The Gurugram administration has advised private institutions and corporate offices to instruct their employees to work from home to avoid traffic jams.

“Whereas the India Meteorological Department, Metrological Centre, Chandigarh has informed that light to moderate rains with thundershowers and gusty winds (40-50 kmph) are likely over Gurgaon district and adjoining areas throughout today 23.05.2022. This can lead to waterlogging and falling trees in certain parts of the city. Hence, private organizations/corporate offices are advised to guide their employees to work from home for today. 23.05.2022 so as to avoid road congestion and smooth completion of renovation works of civic amenities by government agencies.” Read the advisory issued by the Gurugram District Administration.

Heavy rains accompanied by thunderstorms caused waterlogging and traffic jams across Gurgaon this morning as several vehicles broke down on submerged roads.

Waterlogging was reported in many areas including Service Lane, Rajeev Chowk, Signature Tower, Sohna Road, Golf Course Road, Atul Kataria Chowk, near DLF Phase 1 Metro Station, Mata Mandir Road, Vatika Chowk, Narsinghpur stretch of Delhi-Gurgaon Highway. Agrasen Chowk, Kanhai Chowk, MDI Chowk, Bakhtawar Chowk, South City-2, Sector 31/40 Road and Sector 42/47 Chowk.

The Gurgaon Traffic Police took to Twitter to ask people to consider working from home due to waterlogging and traffic conditions.

“We don’t have that option, but those who do, may consider using the work-from-home option. Commuters are requested to plan their journey accordingly,” the traffic police tweeted.

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