Mumbai Rains: Mumbaikars are thinking that when the threat of cyclone nature was hovering over the city, why is it raining more than today?
While the cyclone disaster caused havoc in some parts of Maharashtra, it has only created havoc in many parts of Mumbai and many people have to stay in their homes for several days.
In many large areas of Mumbai, everything has come to a halt, all the people are getting very upset and the tribals living in the houses built on the banks of the sea have been taken to the right and safe place.
Mumbai Rains: The Government of Mumbai had declared this cyclone nature as Ghosada on 2 June 2020, due to which the government also issued guidelines.
Mumbai Rains Important Guidelines
Everyone should keep their own needs safe with them.
Charge your mobile phones properly.
No person should fill his house and stay in a right and safe place.
However, the city received heavy rainfall on Thursday morning. Due to this rain, many old houses and trees have been badly damaged and many roads have also been jammed.
As soon as it started in Mumbai, social media became abusive with videos and pre-monsoon pictures and #MumbaiRains started trending in no time.
Social media user Gaurav Chandravanshi wrote, “Looks like #CycloneNisarg is one day too late.” Another social media user wrote, “As of 2020 in 2012, to which Meyers warned; On June 4, on June 3, IMD warned us about it. #Mumbai.”
Due to the heavy amount of rain in Mumbai, the storm has worked to some extent and the threat of cyclone has also reduced, due to the rain, there has been a pleasant atmosphere in all people.