Mumbai, June 11: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's Disaster Management Team has introduced a new application where Mumbaikars can report for any emergency support. Citizens can now register complaints to authorities using Disaster Management (MCGM) App. To use the app one has to download it from play store and log in before viewing it. Monsoon 2019: Mumbai Faces Risk of Waterlogging in 180 Areas of The City, Confirms BMC.
Along with Disaster Management (MCGM) App, the BMC has introduced a helpline number '1916' for any emergency situations. "Any emergency situation or flooding problems should be updated on the control room numbers," a BMC official said. Maharashtra Monsoon Update: Cyclone Likely to Occur in Western Coast on June 11-12, Heavy Rains Expected in Mumbai.
Tweet by BMC Disaster Management:
Hope #MumbaiRains have brought you some respite from the heat Mumbaikars! If the pleasant rains bring any unpleasant experience please dial 1916 Download the disaster management (MCGM) App NOW for real time updates & emergency support for a #SafeMonsoon @AUThackeray @MahaDGIPR pic.twitter.com/hDIjQqGm4y
— Disaster Management Department (MCGM) (@DisasterMgmtBMC) June 10, 2019
To avoid any monsoon-related obstructions to its coastal road project, the BMC has introduced contact information of several officials and engineers who will take responsibility and will be present at the spot for a prompt response.
Amarsons Garden control room: 022-23610221
Office of the Superintendent of Control Cell: 967061106 and 823567841
Project Manager Devendra Prasad: 9967014362
Resident engineer Rajesh Yadav: 9702467575
Worli Dairy: 022-24900359
Control room manager Avik Panja: 9874442300
Project Manager: 9136993702
Priyadarshini Park control room: 022-23629410
Control room officials: 9958899501 and 9958793012
Project manager Kim Zhong Yong: 7045901366
Resident engineer Vijay Jangam: 7045901366
Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has also set up a 24x7 control room for the monsoon, which would be monitored by MMRDA engineer and personnel. MMRDA has introduced toll-free helpline numbers 26594176, 26591241, 1800228801 and 8657402090 during an emergency.