Mumbai Records Heaviest Rain in 24 Hours
- The weather department has sounded red alert in Mumbai for today
- Navy has deployed several teams to help those stranded in rain-hit areas
- Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has advised people to stay indoors
This is high alert in the Film city Mumbai, where twenty-one people were killed as heavy rain striking its surroundings and covered all the areas overnight, flooding everywhere including the airport and paralyzing the local trains is the main concern of day to day life and the lifeline of India’s commercial capital is Hazardous since three days. The commercial city received the heaviest rain within the 24-hour. The weather offices and environmental forecasts has sounded a red alert for Mumbai today and warned the people with more rain. Chief Minister of Mumbai, Mr. Devendra Fadnavis was looking into it and monitoring the situation from the Mumbai civic body’s control room.
Reports of the Harassments shows Two people drowned in suburban Malad (East) when the SUV they were traveling in the dogged water, they got stuck in a heavily waterlogged underpass late on Monday night and end up dead.
Our Indian Navy has deployed several teams and prepared themselves with the help of the civic body assistance for helping the people stranded in flooded areas.
Several residential suburb and long-distance trains have been regularly cancelled. After all the railway tracks were flooded and around 52 flights have been cancelled and other 54 diverted to other airports because of bad weather and the skidding of the SpiceJet plane last night while it was landing in a heavy rain forced to be a shutdown for the main runways at the airport.
The resent twitter post from Airport Authority of Mumbai says “Our team is trying their very best to bring all the main runways back in the working conditions and operation, this may take upto 48 hrs of time spam,” The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport – posted on the Twitter handle.
“During heavy poundering, in Mumbai the rain is measured 64.5 mm to 115.5 mm currently. The heavy rain storm may go up to 115.6 mm to 204.5 mm rainfall in the next 24 hours. And this will be continue for the next 96 hours, which means it lasts till 4-5 days till Thursday morning,” Anupam Kashyapi, the head of weather department in Pune says.