ISLAMABAD – Several roads broken and deteriorated after recent spell of monsoon rains are causing serious troubles for the motorists and other road users in the Federal Capital.

After heavy monsoon rains especially during the last two weeks, different roads have broken and even big cracks could be seen posing a serious threat to the vehicles and their drivers. The road from NDC to 7-Up Chowk being used by heavy traffic presents an ugly look as it has been deteriorated and turned into pieces after the rains.

“The condition of the road near in I-10/3 area is very bad and several vehicles have met with the accidents,” said Talha Nadeem, a motorist who lives in I-10/2 Sector and uses this road for attending his office in Blue Area. He said during the rain, the road turns into a pond and the drivers cannot spot the big holes in the roads and as a result they damage their vehicles.

A taxi driver informed that there are also big holes in the center of the road in front of H-9 College and said the concerned authorities are not interested in the rehabilitation of the road, which is being used by hundreds of people.

People have urged the concerned authorities to look into the matter and repair these roads helping the road users a safe journey.

Online adds: Sectors of the federal capital are facing acute water shortage while the administration has become a silent spectator.

The worst hit sectors of water shortage are G-9, G-10, I-10-1 and other related sectors due to which the residents of these sectors are facing much problems even after conclusion of the holy month of Ramzan including with high intensity of hot weather.

The residents have to stand in long queues from midnight till morning for registering their complains with the CDA and have appealed to the concerned authority to take immediate action so that the masses are provided some relief.

Despite severe shortage of water, the CDA has failed to repair leaking pipelines in various sectors, which is causing a loss of millions of gallons of precious water daily.