The dilapidated buildings are a big concern in the country’s financial capital Mumbai. Especially in the time of monsoon, due to the frequent collapse of buildings in South Mumbai, the houses there have started turning into rubble. The demolition of buildings has caused panic among the people of South Mumbai. Let me tell you that on Friday, a 4-storey building on Lokmanya Tilak Marg collapsed in front of Mumbai Police Commissioner’s office in Fort area of South Mumbai. About an hour after this accident, some part collapsed behind a three-storey building named Mubarak in Bhendi Bazaar. About five people were injured in the Fort accident, who have been admitted to various hospitals for treatment, while the fire department evacuated those trapped there in the Bhendi Bazaar building accident. About 10 days before these accidents, the entire rear part of the building collapsed just a short distance from the Police Commissionerate’s office.
The demolition of buildings has caused panic among the people of South Mumbai.
One person was killed in this accident. Due to frequent accidents, there is panic among the people living in the old buildings of South Mumbai. Earlier on July 14, the Kesarbai building of Dongri collapsed, in which the number of dead was 14 and the number of injured was 7. According to the data received from the fire department of the Manpa, the fire department gets a call every day to crack or collapse in a building. In Mumbai, there have been more than 622 incidents of demolition of the building and its parts in the last seven months in which 51 people have died and 224 people have been injured. There are 14 thousand old buildings in Mumbai which are 50 years old, which can collapse at any time due to the old and not being repaired. In such a situation, the people of Mumbai are afraid of being homeless. Hundreds of people have been rendered homeless by the collapse of each building.