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Mumbai Rains: Red alert issued for tomorrow in Mumbai, Thane & Palghar

Mumbai Rains LIVE: Red alert has been issued in parts of Maharashtra like Ratnagiri and Raigarh, while Mumbai and Thane are under an orange alert, issued by the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

Written By : Poorva Joshi Edited By : Sri Lasya | Mumbai
Updated on: July 07, 2022 23:15 IST
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Image Source : PTI Mumbai: Commuters wade through a waterlogged street after heavy monsoon rainfall in Mumbai, Wednesday, July 6, 2022.

Mumbai Rains: Mumbaikars continue to face problems due to heavy rains in the city, causing severe water-logging and delays in local trains on the Central Railways. They have been asked to stay alert and safe, as heavy rains are lashing parts like Andheri and Matunga. Other parts of Maharashtra like Sangli, Ratnagiri and Palghar are under red alert as per the India Meteorological Department (IMD). Three persons were injured in a landslide in Mumbai which continued to get pounded by heavy showers for the third straight day on Wednesday, resulting in water logging at many places and traffic disruptions. The IMD has issued a "high alert" for Mumbai, and other parts of Maharashtra for today and tomorrow. It has issued a 'red alert' for south Konkan, Goa and south-central Maharashtra. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde chaired a meeting of officials yesterday, where he asked them to remain alert and take necessary steps to ensure that there is no loss of life during the monsoon.

 

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