11 flights, including that of Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, diverted after Delhi-NCR receives heavy rainfall

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IMD has said that a cyclonic circulation prevailing over Punjab and Haryana will lead to irregular thundershowers today (May 21) as well.

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Published on May 21, 2022 -  01:31
Rajnath Singh's flight and 10 other flights diverted due to heavy rainfall in Delhi | Oneindia News
Yesterday evening, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh's flight among at least 11 flights were diverted from the Delhi airport. This happened after heavy rain and thunderstorms lashed the national capital and surrounding areas. #DelhiRains #DelhiAirport #RajnathSingh

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