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Indian Navy comes to the rescue after heavy rains in Mumbai cause flooding

At the need of the hour, Indian Navy came to rescue Mumbai citizens as they deployed various teams to city’s Kurla area on July 2 after heavy rains affected normal life in the city of Mumbai. Torrential downpour left 16 people dead, and since yesterday the city received the heaviest rain in 10 years.

Thanks to Indian Navy, without even caring about their lives, they sprung into action and displayed immense courage and dedication towards their work by helping fellow netizens.

It has been learnt that around 1000 people were evacuated from Kranti Nagar, Kurla, to ‘prevent any untoward incidents due to overflowing Mithi river,’ Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Disaster Management wrote on Twitter.

Taking to Twitter handle, Indian Navy’s official account tweeted images of officials deployed at different places to provide immense relief to rain-hit and stranded people in Kurla area. In the pictures, the Navy can be seen making use of the rafts to assist people in this crisis.

And people are praising Indian Navy:

Written by Sagar Abhinandan

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