The crack in the platform due to heavy rains in Mumbai


Due to heavy rains, water logging has started in Mumbai and its suburbs. Due to heavy rains at Mankhurd station in Mumbai, the transportation was affected due to the sloping of soil below the railway track. A train stayed on this route from 8 to 9 in the morning.

However, seeing the growing crowd of people, the train was started. However, the work of repairing the track of every second train is underway.

Due to the rain, the trees fell on several places on the Mumbai-Goa highway, due to which many kilometres of jam was seen on the road. Also, the speed of the local train running on the Central and Western routes has slowed down.

According to the Meteorological Department, there will be heavy rains and waves for the next 24 hours. There is a mist like a situation in the ocean due to humidity.

On Tuesday Between 12 to 1 in the afternoon, 11 mm in Dadar, 24 mm in Vikroli, 14 mm in Kurla, 18 mm in Dindoshi, 13 mm in Goregaon and Andheri, 11 mm in BKC and 10 mm in Bandra rain was measured in these areas

On Wednesday, around 3.15 pm High tide alert was announced, in which waves up to 4.5 to 5 meters can rise. To enjoy the weather, people are gathering for fun on the banks of the coast.`

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