BMC not ready for rains: Mumbaikars post complaints on Twitter
With large areas of the city flooded , rails services halted and BEST buses off the roads flooded, people in Mumbai took to Twitter to voice their complaint.Updated: Jun 19, 2015 14:00 IST
With large areas of the city flooded , rails services halted and BEST buses off the roads flooded, people in Mumbai took to Twitter to voice their complaints.
Over the last 24 hours, south Mumbai recorded an average rainfall of around 188mm, and the western suburbs around 172mm.
The forecast of further rain with high tide warnings has led the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to shut all schools for the day, while the Mumbai university has called off all examinations scheduled on Friday.
Here are some of the complaints that Mumbaikars have-
High tide is part of any coastal city: plastic clogged uncleaned gutters are not signs of a healthy city. #MumbaiRains and SenaBMC.— MridulaChakraborty. (@mridula2c) June 19, 2015
Roads are bad but when you can't see them they are deadly.. Potholes and open manholes. #MumbaiRains— ambshah (@foundation_2015) June 19, 2015
BMC, MMRDA hs to be the worst organisations to run a metropolitan city like Mumbai. Such inefficient, corrupt and moron babus. #MumbaiRains— AK (@ayekayman) June 19, 2015
#MumbaiRains The situation seems very bad. Reports of people being stuck at the station or in the train. Stay safe, take work from home :)— Rustoo (@Rustoo) June 19, 2015
On my way to the airport in the #MumbaiRains .Most of the roads en-route are flooded.Stay in & don't step out unless totally necessary today— Sona Mohapatra (@sonamohapatra) June 19, 2015
#MumbaiRains .. Central & Harbour Line shut down.. Western upto Andheri.. BMC asks schools to be closed down.. Advisable to stay indoors.— Anirban Roy (@AnirbanFromRLF) June 19, 2015
Arnab Goswami: The nation wants to know how did you reach office? #MumbaiRains— Kevin Braganza (@kevinsbraganza) June 19, 2015
First Published: Jun 19, 2015 11:22 IST