Heavy rains subsides in Mumbai, Thackeray reviews the damaged areas
MUMBAI: Following cumbersomely hefty showers in Mumbai and neighbouring areas, the rain intensity truncated on Friday morning and water receded in some flooded areas, leading to gradual resumption of road convey accommodations in the city.
However, The NDRF team remain on alert in Mumbai with the weather department’s forecast of moderate to hefty ponderous rains in the city on Friday.
Mumbai, which was shattered by stormy rains yesterday, less profound showers today, the IMD stated in a tardy-night forecast, though asked people to stay home and be vigilant.
National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams were rescuing people who were in the water-logged areas. It had been done amid the danger of COVID-19 infection. Last day we saw the news of people rescued from the railway station in life-saver boats.
CM Uddhav Thackeray paid a visit to Peddar Road to analyse the damage caused by heavy rain and strong winds in Mumbai. Aditya Thackeray and BMC officials also visited with them. The trains and buses services were stopped and flights were being cancelled.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rain with Strong surface and dust raising winds, rainfall in the city and suburbs and intense showers in some parts of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region for next 24 hours. IMD said there was some decrease in the mass of clouds around Mumbai.