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Hundreds of vehicles got stuck even on the flyover also for hours, causing untold sufferings to commuters in the scorching heat as digging of roads continuing unabated for multiple development work in city. This photo was taken from Shantinagar area on Tuesday.

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Hundreds of vehicles got stuck even on the flyover also for hours, causing untold sufferings to commuters in the scorching heat as digging of roads continuing unabated for multiple development work in city. This photo was taken from Shantinagar area on Tu

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