In pics: Heavy rains lead to severe waterlogging in Ludhiana

Incessant rainfall over the last few days in Ludhiana has led to waterlogging in several parts of the city. Ludhiana

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On September 22, Ludhiana received 16.4mm rainfall, taking the gross rainfall this month to 199.4 mm, which is 97.6mm more than the average rainfall of 101.8mm.(HT Photo/Gurpreet Singh)

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Ludhiana has been reprting deficit rainfall for the last few years. However, excess rainfall was witnessed this year.(HT Photo/Gurpreet Singh)

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The Punjab Agricultural University experts said that light to moderate rainfall being witnessed at most parts of the state was good for the paddy crop.(HT Photo/Gurpreet Singh)

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The Punjab Agricultural University principal agrometeorologist KK Gill said, “In August, Ludhiana only received 108mm rainfall, against the normal of 190mm. Earlier, at 271mm, excess rainfall was recorded in July against the normal of 217mm.”(HT Photo/Gurpreet Singh)

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The maximum temperature in Ludhiana was 27.4°C, while the minimum was 24.4°C on Tuesday.(HT Photo/Gurpreet Singh)

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A few days ago, Kolkata reported waterlogging in several parts of the city after incessant downpour left the city wading in floods. (PTI)

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A rickshaw-puller wraps himself with plastic sheet while waiting to ferry customers across a waterlogged streets of Kolkata.(AFP)

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Vehicles wade through a waterlogged road after heavy rainfall in Kolkata.(ANI)

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