Sinking city: Large portion of road under IIT flyover caves in
The Morning Standard|August 01, 2021
Fourth incident during this monsoon season; commuters advised to take alternative routes

A large portion of a busy road under South Delhi’s IIT flyover caved in on Saturday posing threat to commuters. This is the fourth cave-in incident reported in the national capital this monsoon, highlighting the poor quality of road construction and maintenance by Delhi’s civic agencies.

Due to the cave-in, traffic on the busy stretch that connects Central Delhi, Hauz Khaz, Munirka, Vasant Kunj, India Gate, AIIMS, Safdurjung Hospital, Greater Kailash and Airport was affected.

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