The probe into the case has been concluded and the Police have found six Parel residents guilty of negligence for opening a manhole cover in which Amarapurkar allegedly fell and died.
The thundershowers, which started at around 4pm, didn’t have any impact on the schedule of suburban trains. The weather department has also issued a forecast of similar thundershowers for tomorrow as well.
“Mumbai is also expected to witness a few spells of light to moderate rain from October 7 onward. The rainfall intensity may increase on October 9 and 10,” predicted Skymet Weather.
According to BMC officials, most locals of the area where the incident took place spoke to news channels but refused to give an official statement to BMC officials.
The operations at runway 09/27 resumed at around 11.30pm after SpiceJet Boeing 737 was moved to the paved area and subsequently to a hanger, a Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) official said.
The BMC’s internal report after August 29 had pointed to this lack of coordination
NDRF in a statement said, “The incident happened in the evening. Pimpaldoh lake has breached causing 35 people to be marooned in Parit vasti of Valunj village. Some correction in name of village and number of people marooned. It’s raining since afternoon in the area.”
The BMC said waterlogging was reported at several places, including Hindmata, Sion, Veera Desai Road, Air India Colony, Milan Subway, Andheri Subway, Bandra, Dahisar, Chembur and Mankhurd.
Meanwhile, the movement of suburban locals on the Central (CR) and Western Railways (WR) also remains affected. Few long distance trains on WR have been cancelled.
Mumbai rains LIVE updates: Schools and colleges will remain shut today. High tide is expected at 12 pm. Train and airport services are slowly resuming. Follow the latest updates on the Mumbai rains, here.
According to IMD, Mumbai and its suburbs are likely to receive intermittent rain on Wednesday, while a few places are likely to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall. BMC said a high tide of 4.54 metres is expected at about 12:03 pm tomorrow.
No untoward incident has been reported so far from any part of the city, said an official attached with the Disaster Management Cell of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
Rains or thundershowers are likely to occur at many places in Madhya Maharashtra.
On Wednesday, the temperatures ranged between 24 and 30 degrees Celsius, the minimum temperature being a degree less than normal. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had predicted thundershowers for Wednesday evening or night.
Mumbai rains: Five people have died so far in rain-related incidents this year in Maharashtra. On August 29, the Santacruz observatory of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) registered 331.4 mm rainfall, the heaviest since July 26, 2005.