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Mumbai Rains: Police warns citizens not to leave house unless necessary

Mumbai | After a night of incessant rainfall, Mumbai has once again submerged underwater. The rainfall continues through the day, amid a high alert.

A 24-hour alert has been issued.

Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted intense rainfall today, adding to the inconvenience of the locals.

KS Hosalikar, Deputy Director General of Meteorology, India Met Department, Mumbai, tweeted, “With the development of low pressure area over Bay, this Saturday night and Sunday, Mumbai is very likely to get intense heavy rainfall.”

The consistent rainfall caused waterlogging and traffic congestion in many areas of the city.

Mumbai Police has given a list of places to avoid.

S V Rd Andheri Subway

Siddheshwar Mandir jetty near proposed sagari

S V Rd Behrambaug Jn has reached up to the level of Knees

Water Logging at Hanuman Nagar Kandivali E

Sardar Pratap Singh sankul Janta Mkt. Bhandup

Link Rd Inorbit & infinity Mall complete stretch

King circle

Kanjurmarg W & Gandhinagar Janakalyan Nagar Malad W Water clogged at JVLR western Suburbs at Vikhroli Rd. Connecting WEH & EEH

Netaji Palkar chowk

Adarsh Nagar Jn

Santosh Nagar Goregaon

Bhandup Sonapur Jn Jama Masjid Lane

Evershine Kandivali Rd

Ghas Compound

Gumpha Road

Neelam Jn Govandi

Durga Nagar Jn

Marol Naka, Andheri E

Anand Gad

Lokamanya Tilak Visarjan Talao

Court Yard, Jn.

They also issued a safety warning and heavy rainfall alert.

They have warned the citizens to not leave houses unless absolutely necessary.

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