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mumbai under water




its been 24hrs since its been raining
now it has stopped for the gud
god knows wht was wrong it rained like hell
hell isnt the word but then it was bad


ppl havnt still reached home
ppl r going walking home
so many ppl dead
whts happening to mumbai
the main backbones of mumbai trains n buses have stopped
ppl r becoming furious
hope all becomes normal in few days
we have been declared 2 days holidays


lets all pray for the ppl who still havnt reached home
hope they reach soon

Comments

Unknown said…
Nature has once again put humankind to a test,we could have minimised the damage if we were better prepared. NDTV showed that the water level doesn't seem to go down because of the poor and ancient drainage system.
Humans have withstood bigger calamities, don't worry we'll come through this too.
Think positive and be happy.
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