EXCLUSIVE: Passengers Stranded On Indigo Flight In Mumbai Airport

04 Sep 2019 10:45 PM

EXCLUSIVE: Passengers Stranded On Indigo Flight In Mumbai Airport

Updated 04 Sep 2019 10:45 PM

For the third time this monsoon, pouring rains brought the country's commercial capital to a standstill with total disruption in road and rail traffic and flights here on Wednesday.

Earlier, Mumbai had been brought to its knees on July 2/3 and August 3/4 when heavy rains clobbered the city, claiming nearly three dozen lives in varous rain-related incidents.

Though a renewed bout of rains had started lashing the Mumbai Metropolitan Region since Monday, the city itself collapsed in the less than 18 hours of overnight rains since Tuesday evening.

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