Officials say continuous rains blocked oxygen supply to people who were trapped under the rubble.
Bodies of 50 men, 64 women, 20 children found so far; NDRF continues search.
According to the NDRF’s primary information, until 7 pm, the number of people believed to be trapped was 158.
More teams of NDRF from their Mumbai base are likely to be pressed into operation.
The landslide occurred after continuous heavy rains in the region.
It was also decided to demolish the second 11-storey building under construction by the company as it was deemed to be unsafe.
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Many of those feared trapped under the debris are believed to hail from Andhra Pradesh.
The Force, under the Ministry of Home Affairs’ National Disaster Management Authority, will station a unit on a land area of three acre with 100 personnel ready to combat any natural or man-made disasters.
BMC offers an unused and dilapidated barrack in Borivali West.
The technology will be used to trace bodies apparently buried and entrapped in sand mud and rock boulders.
Body of none of the victims could be found on Saturday in a stretch of three km, which was dried up by closing gates of the Larji project.
Even the body that was taken out on Thursday was stuck so badly that four divers had to take it out.
A woman fainted as she tried to tell the CM that she had lost all her three children in the attack.
A team of 40 NDRF personnel, which reached the spot on Tuesday, started their operation from Wednesday morning.