Heavy rainfalls in Mumbai. As Monsoon travels into Maharashtra, Mumbai experienced heavy rainfall that disrupted local trains and traffic and inundated the low-lying areas in the commercial capital of the country.
The CSMT-Thane-CSMT-Vashi, CSMT-Bandra/Goregaon trains were stopped because of heavy rains, and water logs at Kurla-Sion and Chunabatti stations. Train service was stopped.
The red alert was sent to Mumbai as heavy to high rainfall may occur in the city for 4 days ahead.
In response to heavy precipitation from IMD in the Mahara coastal districts, five NDRF Teams are ready to respond In coastal state districts, 15 teams are being pre-positioned.
Meanwhile, CEO Uddhav Thackeray instructed all agencies to be alert for the next 2-3 days in view of the projection.
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A red warning was raised in the Raigad district of Maharashtra that the district administration is shifting over 1,000 people from 20 towns to safer places until Friday. The warning was received.
In light of the prediction of heavy rains in certain areas of the state, 15 National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams have been positioned in different parts of Maharashtra, said the Force leading on Thursday.
The NDRF Director General S. N. Pradhan said in a tweet, four teams were in Ratnagiri with two in Mumbai each, Sindhudurg, Palghar, Raigad, Thane and one in Kurla (Eastern suburb of Mumbai).
All corridors have trains running. A high tide at 12.17 p.m. of 4.26 metres and heavy rainfall are predicted. All machinery has been kept alert and closely monitored by railways: Central Rail CPRO. Central Railway.
At least 11 people were killed in the New Collector Composition, Malad West of Mumbai, and eight other people injured after a residential building collapsed on Monday night.
The trapped people are being searched for and rescued. Minister Aslam Shaikh said, the Maharashtra, “Constructions collapsed because of the rain. Operation of rescue is ongoing.
Lesions were transferred to the hospital. Debris of the buildings are removed to see whether more people are stuck below them.”
In addition to rain in various other regions of the State, IMD predicted heavy and very severe rain and thunderstorm until June 13 in Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad.