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Flood-like situation emerges in Surat, Councilor blames BJP

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Flood-like situation emerges in Surat, Councilor blames BJP

Flood-like situation emerges in Surat, Councilor blames BJP

Flood-like situation has emerged in Surat's Limbayat area due to continuous rainfall in the city from last couple of days.

Surat Municipal Corporation's Councilor, Aslam Cyclewala blamed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the flood-like situation in the city.

He said, "This is man-made flood not the natural one.

From last 27 years, BJP is ruling the city, still they haven't made any master plan to resolve the issue of water-logging."


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