Heavy rain alerts by IMD for Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai for next 48 hours


MUMBAI: Heavy rain will occur at one or two place in Mumbai on Friday. IMD, Mumbai has predicted that a few spells of rain or showers are likely to take place in the city on Friday.
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Mumbai Municipal Corporations have alarmed everybody of heavy rains over the next 48 hours.

The Thane tehsildar's office has requested that these enterprises depute rescue staff at issue focuses, particularly along the foothills and low lying regions in regions around Parsik and Belapur slopes, and so forth. The TMC has in the interim began chipping away at an activity plan to handle any downpour related emergency to surface in the city.

A unique meeting was led by chairman Sanjay More and metro chief Sanjeev Jaiswal, went to by a few corporators on Thursday, to streamline an arrangement to moderate issues at perpetual innundation spots in the city amid the downpours.

Indeed, even as groups of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), Coast Guard and Navy hunt down missing casualties and vehicles at the Savitri stream, several local people and passing drivers ogled for a considerable length of time from the riverside.

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"We saw the news of the bridge collapse on TV. Since we were passing by, we decided to stop by and watch the helicopters flying low over the river in their search operations," said a Pune resident, G Kumar, who stood there for over two hours despite cops urging motorists not to stop and create a ruckus.