Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar Blames Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal For Massive Traffic Jams

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1:35 pm 29 Jul, 2016

A heavy downpour virtually turned the roads of Gurgaon into a hell for motorists as heavy waterlogging led to long jams on July 28. With traffic on Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway still running at snail pace, people had spent over 7-10 hours getting struck in long jams all across the Millennium City.



The district administration has advised schools and offices to remain shut in view of the flooding and traffic mess. On July 29, even Delhi Traffic Police advised motorists going from Delhi to Gurgaon to avoid NH-8 due to traffic jam on NH-8 near Hero Honda chowk, Gurgaon.



Chaotic jams in Gurgaon also translated into war of words between Haryana government and Delhi government.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar tweeted accusingly at Arvind Kejriwal.

Manohar Lal ‏/Twitter

Manohar Lal ‏/Twitter

He retweeted a comment and alleged “non-cooperation by Delhi.”


The Haryana government says that a large amount of water exits Gurgaon through the Najafgarh drain, which flows through Delhi but is blocked partly.

On Khattar’s allegations, Manish Sisodia, deputy Delhi CM, hit back at Khattar.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi also took a dig at the BJP in Haryana.

As a result of massive traffic jam on July 28 evening with all kinds of vehicles — cars, two-wheelers, buses and other modes of public transport — getting stuck.

The Badshahpur drain, which carries storm water, breached, leading to several feet of waterlogging in the area.


This is what Gurgaon Police have to say today about the jam:



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