Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Sunday requested prompt seepage of stale water that has been upsetting Eid ul Azha forfeits just as removal of creature squander.

Communicating incredible disappointment over the amassed water in some low-lying regions of Lahore, Buzdar coordinated authorities of the Water And Sanitation Agency (WASA) to quickly clear it, inquiring as to why no careful steps were taken in front of the heavy deluges prior today. He additionally looked for a report over the issue.

The carelessness of the concerned specialists is lamentable, he said.

A deferral in such manner is unsuitable, Buzdar pushed, including that the procedure

must be finished with the utilization of fundamental hardware in the base conceivable time.

As indicated by the WASA authorities, water had gathered on streets in various

territories of Lahore, remembering for Kashmir Road. "Water is being siphoned out of some low-lying regions," they included.

The WASA authorities said the water would be cleared quickly.

Prior today, heavy rains lashed Lahore as the city praised the second day of Eid, making it hard to complete penances. While the storm halted following a couple of hours, it prompted a great deal of difficulties over the commonplace capital.

Downpour in Lahore and encompassing territories proceeded from 7:30-9.30am, with the most elevated precipitation of 71 millimeters (mm) recorded in Tajpura.

Lahore's Lakshmi Chowk, Farrukhabad, Walled City, Allama Iqbal International Airport, Gulshan-e-Ravi, and Nishtar Town got 69 millimeters (mm), 65mm, 63mm, 50 mm, 47 mm, and 42 mm of precipitation, separately.

The Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) said it was confronting difficulties in getting and arranging creature guts because of the downpour following penances promptly toward the beginning of the day.

As indicated by a representative for the LWMC, the cleaning activity was in progress in spite of the downpours.

"More than 16,500 tons of guts were expelled from the city yesterday. So far on the subsequent day, in excess of 3,000 tons have been expelled and more than 19,500 tons have been discarded since yesterday," the representative included.