Fear of living in Mumbai now; A flood of anger
The trains stopped. Road traffic jam. Passengers run the risk of the train at risk. On the street, in the muddy places where the knee water, and where the waistline. Workout to get home from it. Representatives for the disappeared. There is no support or guidance. Everyone’s personal push to get out of trouble. Travelers who find themselves in a rush of dying after locals launch late at night …
Mumbai: Trains fall off. Road traffic jam. Passengers run the risk of the train at risk. On the street, in the muddy places where the knee water, and where the waistline. Workout to get home from it. Representatives for the disappeared. There is no support or guidance. Everyone’s personal push to get out of trouble. Travelers who put themselves in a rush of dying after locals started late at night … There has been an outburst of fury about the overall system of government in the highly conditioned Mumbai and surrounding areas on Wednesday.
Given the rains in Wednesday’s rains, the question is, who should trust Mumbai any longer? There is a growing question whether Mumbai will stop every rainy season, whether there will be such a picture in the temple, taking support in the municipal schools and postponing the next day. The support provided by the staff members of the boards of the service is what gives them the whole day. Nothing about when the train will start. No alternative. Wet, Uber rates were not affordable to return home at night. Rickshaw taxis were not available. So it was time to step a few km. The existence of government machinery was not realized at all. So there is a great deal of anger among the people, and in their stories, there are sparks of anger.
The political leaders, who were in the forefront of demanding the preservation of the Arab votes, preferred to remain safe in their residences and offices on Wednesday, when the rains ravaged Mumbai. Though some local leaders have taken initiatives to provide tea, lodging to those affected by the rains, the general administration of the state, the majority of the leaders and political parties, has expressed anger over the common people of Mumbai.
Since Monday, heavy rains have started in Mumbai. Due to the onset of heavy rains since Wednesday morning, water was flooded everywhere along the railway tracks in Mumbai. The servants who came to work early in the morning did not know about the rain, but on returning from work in the evening, they were in great distress. Due to the delay of the railway, a bunch of commuters had gathered outside all the major stations including Churchgate and CST Railway Station. Travelers traveling to Mumbai and adjoining areas had access to a small number of taxis, private trains, but the commuters going ahead of Thane and Borivali had little choice. As a result, the passengers who were in distress were waiting for help from political parties, local leaders, politicians who have always displayed banners next to the namesake specials, but they had completely ignored the objections of the Mumbai people.
Some local leaders have reportedly arranged tea, biscuits for travelers. Apart from this, the Siddhivinayak Temple and some other political leaders also found some arrangements for travelers staying in their offices. However, this ratio was extremely small. The state administration, all the other major political parties as well as the big political leaders have come out after yesterday’s shouting that they had done nothing beyond just expressing concern in their residence and office.
The state administration had to anticipate the situation caused by the rains and arranged special trains to travel from Churchgate, CST and at least from Mumbai to the suburbs. Many travelers expressed the need to set up a help center in the area and provide drinking water and food packets. Although male travelers are making their way through it, female passengers are seen to be greatly disturbed. At that time, some even reported that special trains should be arranged for them in nearby government restrooms or bungalows for special trains or those who could not be reached at home. But many expressed anger against the political leaders at large. Most of the commuters said that when the elections came, the political leaders who were leaning towards votes were reacting only to Facebook and Twitter instead of helping us when we were in trouble.
The torrential rains saw the literal end of the Mumbai people on Wednesday. Millions of Mumbaikars were stuck because of ‘Tumbi’ everywhere. Due to the closure of all three main railways, Central, Harbor and West, the traffic congestion had to reach home, depending on the options available to the servicemen. The reactions of some of these sufferers …
How far will you see the end?
This year’s rains have made people more vulnerable than they were in the past few years. On Wednesday, the general examinations of the common people were tested. When leaving the house as usual at nine in the morning, the local service was operating properly. However, locals stopped after reaching Kurla. What next