In Pics | Heavy rainfall in Kolkata, streets get waterlogged

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Streets in Lake Gardens area waterlogged due to heavy rainfall in Kolkata. (Image: ANI)
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IMD says heavy downpour to continue for the next two-three hours. (Image: ANI)

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People wade through submerged roads in Kolkata after heavy rainfall in the city. (Image: ANI)

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“This is a low-lying area of the city. There is no proper drainage system. People say that drainage got damaged because people throw garbage on roads,” says a local of Lake Gardens area of Kolkata. (Image: ANI)

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People walk through water in Kolkata. (Image: ANI)

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Rickshaw driver drives rickshaw in a waterlogged the street of Kolkata. (Image: ANI)

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Vehicles on the roads pass through flooded water in Kolkata. (Image: ANI)

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A man tries to reach his office in a rickshaw in water. (Image: ANI)

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