Rain... Rain.... bestow some reprieve from the scorching heat of summer, is all that we have been humming for quite some time. Finally, rain poured and the Delhiites rejoiced the weather. For some, drenching in the rain is the most upbeat way of experiencing the arrival of monsoon, but for others including me, sitting indoors and admiring at the scenic beauty of tiny droplets of water from the window pane is the ideal way of welcoming the monsoon.
Along with rains follow various frenzied problems such as water logging which gives way to long traffic jams, the filling up of severs which invites some unwelcoming diseases such as Malaria, Dengue and Jaundice to name some few. The government, when asked about the way it has been improving the basic amenities and its result is best shown in rains, remain numb and clueless. All Our CM has to say is, ‘There is nothing much we can do, all is that we can ask god to stop raining.’ AHHHAH... WHAT AN ANSWER TO CONCLUDE YOUR STATEMENT. Well there is nothing more that we can expect.
Undoubtedly, nature has always something beautiful to offer but it is to the mankind that how it should be preserved without creating much commotion.