Amitabh, who is one of the most active celebrity on social media platform, through a tweet has stated his concern for the current situation of Mumbai. Not blaming any authority or officer for the pathetic condition of Mumbai after rain, Amitabh simply wrote, ‘’the Gods are angry’’.
Meanwhile, the actor also urged people to remain in their house to stay safe during this time. As per the reports, the rainfall in Mumbai on Tuesday was recorded between 40mm and 130mm and it has been forecasted that rain will continue on Wednesday too.
Heavy rains lashed Mumbai, entire coastal Konkan region and parts of western Maharashtra affecting normal life and hitting flight operations, officials said here on Wednesday. This comes exactly a month after the Mumbai deluge of August 19 and 20. Flight operations at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMI) took a major hit owing to the downpour, poor visibility, strong winds since Tuesday evening.
T 2552 - The God's they be angry again .. ! They thunder and lightning loud and now it pours here in Mumbai .. be safe remain in the house pic.twitter.com/piyizzuczb— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) September 19, 2017
The city's critical lifeline, the suburban trains and the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) bus services were also reported running with delays. The IMD has forecast heavy and widespread rains over large parts of Maharashtra and surroundings till Saturday. It said south Mumbai could experience very heavy rains on Wednesday.
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