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July 13, 2017 - Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan - A view of rain water accumulated on Road after heavy rain that experienced the Twin Cities Several areas in Rawalpindi including Jamia Masjid Road and Nadeem Colony have been deluged under rainwater Heavy rains lashed the garrison city on Thursday morning flooding low-lying areas of the city inundating streets and roads and causing problems to the residents in several areas The rainfall also raised the water level in the Nullah Leh to 10 feet a level of pre-alert triggering the relevant departments into action If the water rises over 116 feet an alert is sounded The rain flooded streets and roads in Sadiqabad, Raja Bazaar, Arian Mohalla, Javaid Colony, Dhoke Chiragh Din, Satellite Town, Waris Khan and Committee Chowk Rainwater also entered shops and markets in Sadiqabad, along with Jamia Masjid Road, Iqbal Road, and other low-lying areas (Credit Image: © Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)
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