New Delhi: Mumbaikars are currently relieved of the rain. Train service has also been restored on some lines of local, but two-day rain has flooded Mumbai and its surroundings. Six people, including a child, have died in Mumbai and Thane so far due to the rains. 10 teams of NDRF have been deployed in relief work, but the Navy has been kept alert on the next 24 hours due to the heavy rain warning of the Meteorological Department.
The residents of Mumbai are still not getting any relief from the rain. The Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in Mumbai and adjoining areas for the next twenty-four hours and people have also been advised not to go to the coastal areas as there is a possibility of high tides. In view of this, the state government has ordered all schools and colleges to be closed today, besides leaving the emergency services, the government has also been discharged.
Talking about the problems of the Mumbaiites due to rain, People spent the night in nearby schools and colleges after being stranded on the platform for hours, many people slept on the platform. At the same time, those who raised courage and went out on the streets had to struggle all night long. In many low-lying areas, water has also penetrated inside the houses.
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