The monsoons have arrived in Mumbai, and as it goes the residents are again facing the wrath of it. The general public was seen sharing, how the 200 mm rainfall has affected everyone’s daily life.
Some were also talking about how, even after being a major economic city in the country, bringing in trade and 30 percent of Income-tax collections, the Mumbaikars still have to deal with garbage on a daily basis.
For a city which provides 30% of income tax collections in the country, 6% of the GDP and having over $380 billion economy – what is provided back to citizens is sheer garbage. #MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/L3a17MC89B
— Ronak Sutaria (@rsutaria) June 29, 2019
Although, even when the temperatures are running high with the situation of the city, children and youngsters were seen enjoying a game of cricket in Shivaji Park. Even the rain god could not stop them from getting out of their houses to enjoy their favourite sport.
— Nirmal Harindran (@nirmalharindran) June 30, 2019
A major mishap was aborted when a Spice Jet flight skid on the main runway. The incident took place late last night, and it has been reported that no passengers and crew has sustained any injury.
— Denver saldanha (@Captain_Denver1) July 1, 2019
Waterlogging has become a major issue in the low lying areas of the city. Citizens even uploaded videos of human chains being formed to walk.
— Harshil Mehta (@hashtagharshil) July 1, 2019
Mumbai is known to be a city that never sleeps, but surely it stands still.