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    The recent heavy rain in Hyderabad damaged many roads, causing problems for commuters. Even before the monsoon started, the city’s roads had potholes and drainage issues. This made it difficult for people to travel to their destinations.

    The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) was not prepared for the rain, leading to bad roads and waterlogging. Driving on these roads became dangerous due to large potholes. The damaged roads caused traffic jams and health problems for commuters.

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    Many important roads in areas like Ameerpet, Begumpet, and Nampally were damaged. People shared pictures and videos of the bad roads on social media to show how difficult it was to drive in the city. Construction sites near roads were especially affected by the heavy rain.

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    Various departments working on projects like cables and water pipelines did not level the roads properly, causing more inconvenience for commuters. The quality of the roads laid by GHMC and private agencies under the Comprehensive Road Maintenance Programme (CRMP) was also questioned.

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    GHMC officials said they needed dry weather to fix the potholes properly. Contractors protested at the GHMC headquarters because they had not been paid for their work. They asked the Chief Minister to help them get their dues cleared.

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