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Mumbai Rains: BMC issues helpline numbers

BMC has issued helplines numbers in case of a monsoon-related emergency in the city.

Mumbai Rains: BMC issues helpline numbers
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The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has issued helplines numbers in case of a monsoon-related emergency. While the city has been inundated with continual rains, the civic body took to Twitter to inform the people of the same, sharing emergency contact numbers.

The emergency helpline number happens to be 1916 whereas if there is a fire-related emergency, the number happens to be 101.

Ward-wise details of the helpline numbers are as follows:

  • Ward A: Churchgate, Colaba, and Navy Nagar - 022-22660883, 22620025, 22624000, 22607000
  • Ward B: Masjid Bunder, Mohd. Ali Road, Dongri and Bhendi Bazar - 022-23780133, 23736622, 23794000
  • Ward C: Pydhonie and Bhuleshwar -  022-22055450, 22014022, 22014000, 23424669
  • Ward D: Grant Road, Walkeshwar, Malabar Hill, Breach Candy to Haji Ali - 022-23861426, 23864000, 23861427, 23861428, 23861429
  • Ward E: Byculla, Madanpura, Agripada, Nagpada, Dockyard Road, Reay Road, Chichpokli - 022-23083695, 23081471, 23014000, 23081470
  • Ward F North: Matunga, Sion, Wadala, Hindu Colony - 022-24024353, 24024354, 24024355
  • Ward F South: Parel - 022-24134560, 24134545
  • Ward G North: Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar - 022-24397800, 24397888
  • Ward G South: Worli and Prabhadevi - 022-24224000 24305031
  • Ward H East: Bandra East, Khar East and Santacruz East - 022-26138900 26182217
  • Ward H West: Bandra West, Khar West, Santacruz West - 022-26422311, 26422312, 26422313, 26422314, 26418509
  • Ward K/East: Andheri East, Jogeshwari East, and Vile Parle East - 022-26816730, 26837104, 26840103, 26832006, 26847000, 26840986, 26834475
  • Ward K/West: Andheri West, Jogeshwari West, and Vile Parle West - 022-26237932, 26239166, 26239131, 26239190, 26239499
  • Ward L: Sakinaka, Chandivali, Asalpha, and Kurla - 022-26505103 26505106
  • Ward M/East: Mankhurd, Anushakti Nagar, Deonar, Cheetah Camp, Shivaji Nagar - 22-25502270
  • Ward M/ West: Chembur, Sindhi Society, Chheda Nagar and Tilak Nagar - 022-25284000
  • Ward N: Ghatkopar, Vidyavihar and Pant Nagar - 022-25010161, 25010162, 25010163, 25010164, 25010165, 25013000
  • Ward P/North: Malad, Manori, Marve, Aksa, and Madh - 022-28824269, 28823267, 28823266, 28824625, 28824913, 28824711, 28826000
  • Ward P/South: Goregaon - 022-28721186, 28737000
  • Ward R Central: Borivali - 022-28014254
  • Ward R/North: Dahisar - 022-28936000
  • Ward R/South: Kandivali and Charkop - 022-28054788, 28056000
  • Ward S: Bhandup, Powai, Kanjurmarh, Vikhroli and Nahur - 25947574, 25954000, 25947572, 25947575
  • Ward T: Mulund - 022-25645291, 25645292

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has asked the civic body to stay on high alert in the view of weather as the current spell of rains are said to continue on Thursday which is to further deepen the problems of waterlogging and other disruptions to routine life in the city.

Mumbai has been left ravaged by the heavy rainfall which has disrupted rail and road traffic and power supply apart from uprooting of trees and water-logging in the city for the past two days. South Mumbai was badly hit due to water-logging on roads. Moreover, the slum clusters which are usually found in the low-lying areas were consequently flooded due to the downpour. Several trees have also fallen due to gusty winds, damaging vehicles which were left abandoned on the roads.

The BMC had earlier stated that the city of Mumbai received the highest rainfall of the season within 12 hours of continual rain on Wednesday besides the highest-ever wind speed. According to the civic body, Mumbai recorded 215.8 mm rain, followed by 101.9 mm in eastern suburbs and 76.03 mm in western suburbs. The 'D' civic ward, that includes areas like Malabar Hill and Peddar Road, received 309 mm rainfall, while the maximum wind speed of 101.4 kmph was recorded at Marine drive around 4.15 pm, the BMC added.

In order to provide shelter to the battered people of Mumbai, the BMC also opened temporary shelters for stranded passengers. Meanwhile, several roads like Mahapalika Marg and Colaba Causeway Road in south Mumbai were blocked and closed for traffic after trees collapsed due to high-velocity winds.

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