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Mumbai: Heavy Rains with Flooding, Local Trains Stopped

Its the raining season in India and with every year, this year in mumbai is also witnessing heavy rains with flooding in several areas.

The Local Trains which are are lifeline of Mumbai’s majority of residents, have been stopped. All Offices in the city will remain closed today.

Mumbai is on red alert for heavy rainfalls today and tomorrow.

This alert also has been issued for Pune, Thane, Ratnagiri, Raigad districts of Maharashtra

Updates on Mumbai Heavy Rainfall

1. The Mumbai Civic boy said, All other offices in the city will be closed except for essential services

2. The Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) bus services have been diverted in at least 8 routes in various parts of Mumbai

3. Roads in areas such as King Circle, Hindmata, Goregaon, Dadar, Shivaji Chowk, Shell Colony, Bandra Talkies, Kurla ST Depot, Sion Road have been flooded.
A landslide was also seen on the Western Express Highway in Malad area.

4. With rising high tide expected at 12:47 pm Noon, the civic body has alerted to all concerned departments and also to people to not go near any low-lying areas or beach.


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