On Friday, Mumbai witnessed heavy rainfall as it recorded 283mm, the highest since 26th July 2005 which recorded 944mm of rain within 24 hours. Several citizens criticized the city corporation for not doing enough work to prevent waterlogging. They have alleged that every year, the situation is the same. BMC was blamed for not spending proper money on the drainage system and to find a solution for this every monsoon problems.
The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted more rains over the next 48 hours.
All flights at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport on the domestic and international terminals are on schedule on Saturday, an official spokesperson said.
Schools and Colleges were shut on Saturday as well as a precautionary measure were taken. Most of the offices were closed due to Saturday but still Mumbaikars resumed their work.
Friday saw a flood on railway tracks because of which most of the Local Trains were cancelled or were running late as per their schedule time. But on Saturday, Mumbai’s Lifeline was back on track and all three suburban lines were running ignoring the flood.
Saturday saw less rainfall as compared to Friday as the city had witnessed unprecedented rainfall in the last 24 hours, more than that the city usually receives in 10 days. Mumbai witnessed 283 mm of rain in 24 hours. People resumed with their daily schedule.
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