As the situation in Mumbai gets worse, thousands of Mumbai locals have been left stranded by the heavy rains. The flooding in the streets of the city is making it a difficult proposition for many to return home from their offices even as many residents are opening up their homes to complete strangers to offer shelter from the rains.
— Sunny (@sunil_ss7) August 29, 2017
— Smit Shah (@shahsmit1109) August 29, 2017
Many daily travellers have been left stranded at train stations as several trains have been cancelled due to the rains and flooding.
— rahul modi (@drrahulmodi) August 29, 2017
Know few people who’ve stayed in their offices at Fort & Churchgate area. No option available to travel to Mira road/Vasai#MumbaiRains
— Mihir Jha (@MihirkJha) August 29, 2017
— Nigel D’Souza (@Nigel__DSouza) August 29, 2017
If you or someone you know is stranded in the rains, this list of relief centres should be helpful to seek shelter until the situation improves.