June 10, 2023

Mumbai . Heavy rains have been raining in Mumbai and surrounding areas since Wednesday morning. Life has become completely disturbed. Roads of the city have been submerged in waterlogging, which has led to deteriorating traffic system. The Meteorological Department has warned of torrential rain on Thursday and appealed people to leave the house only for necessary work.

Meteorological Officer K.M. s. According to Hosalikar, 121.6 mm of rainfall has been recorded in Culaba, 101.3 mm in Santacruz, 128 mm in Dahanu, 101.3 in Ratnagiri, 122.6 mm in Alibaug in the last 24 hours. There is a possibility of torrential rain in entire Maharashtra including Mumbai in the next 48 hours. Orange alert has been issued by the Meteorological Department in the sea areas and has warned fishermen not to go to the sea.

PROMOTED CONTENT The Best Way To Earn Rs. 1,500,000 A Week! Olymp Trade Due to heavy rains in Mumbai since Wednesday morning, there was waterlogging in Hindmata, Matunga, Sion, Parel, Lalbagh, Andheri, Malad, Kandivali, Borivali, Mira Road, Vasai Virar, Palghar, Vikhroli, Kanjurmarg, Vidyavihar etc. is. Due to heavy rains in Matunga, the roads were flooded, due to which the bus of Best got stuck on the middle road. The entire area became jammed. People who have left for urgent work are facing a lot of trouble due to the lockdown. Milan subway and Andheri subway have been flooded due to rains in Andheri and Santacruz areas. Both these subways have been closed as a precautionary measure.

Employees of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation have started pumping water from low-lying areas by putting a motor. At the same time, the lid of the gutters on the paths have been opened. But due to non-stop rain, the waterlogging is increasing.

The areas around Mumbai are also receiving heavy rains. Due to heavy rains in Buldhana, Sangrampur, Shegaon, Khamgaon areas have become inundated. Heavy rains have caused waterlogging in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts. Similarly, torrential rains are also occurring in Nashik, Pune, Ahmednagar district. So far no untoward incident has been reported in the rain.