Dwarka: The story of pothole-ridden roads is not new in Dwarka. While on a visit to the area, CitySpidey found a stretch of road in very bad shape.
The road in front of the India International Institute of Democracy and Election Management (IIIDEM), Sector 13, is broken to an extent that commuters find it difficult to travel through it.
In the past, potholes were covered by putting soil into it. But the situation worsens when there is a rain.
A rickshaw puller, Radhe Shyam who frequently visits the road said, “We find it difficult to commute on this road. Due to rains, the potholes get filled with water. With this, the potholes become invisible. The road is accident-prone. It should be repaired soon.”
The pothole becomes swampy after rains and dangerous for commuter
Institute worker covering a pothole with soil
Commuters face difficulty getting through this pothole.