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Mumbai drowns but Mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar says “No Waterlogging”

Mumbai| The administration turning blind eye to civic issues is nothing new. But insensitivity of the administration has reached a new peak. While most of the Mumbai is submerged in knee-deep water, city’s Mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar says there is “No Waterlogging”.

Heavy rains during the night and on Monday morning in Mumbai and its outskirts inundated low-lying areas, delayed trains and slowed down vehicular movement on roads. There was waterlogging at several pockets in the suburbs, due to which trains were running slow on the Central line as well. Areas like Hindmata, Parel, Lalbaug, Senapati Bapat road were water-logged. Water-logging was also witnessed in a few buildings in Wadala.

It is the fourth consecutive day since  But, Mumbai’s Mayor today claimed that there was no water logging in the city and media is creating unnecessary hype.

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