Heavy rain lashed Mumbai Since Wednesday authority is on the gag. Locals are suffering an overdose of rain. Mumbai has been facing downpours since last week, flooding including risk to all damage – building, transport, and other services in Mumbai due to heavy rainfall.
It has critically affected all the walks of life and it happens every next year but all the questions are raising why Mumbai is not primed to face this natural circle. We need some research and development to understand the consequences and look for solutions to understand the root cause and accordingly some measure steps to come out with this chaos.
Strong Southwesterly flow over the Arabian Sea with winds speed reaching up to 60-70. This impacted transport and daily life, due to heavy rain Tulsi Vihar like one of the seven lakes that supply water to Mumbai, started overflowing around 10 pm on Wednesday. It Is the second lake this monsoon to overflow.
Destruction of human resources was to be kept in mind to preserve them accurately. Several environmental questions are needed to be answered.
Why are we waiting to reduce rain strength? Rather we can use and recycle the rainwater which is packed with various minerals.
Ground floors and roads are waterlogged and the reason is a fault in the drainage system which is in our hand.
Although, the Cabinet Minister Aditya Thackerey pre-checked the services and facilities for the drainage system and measures. How was the inspection of it conducted?
Panchaganga River in Kolhapur district of Maharashtra is still curving overhead the danger mark.
Road construction, suitable drainage and other Preventive measures must be taken to resolve this issue. Authority is washing their hands with justification. However, the weather forecast said it was reduced till Friday.