Earlier in June, a similar incident was reported to the BMC’s disaster management department by residents.

For the third time in a span of a little bit over a yr, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Saturday obtained complaints about foul odour, akin to a fuel leak, from components of Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Govandi and Bhandup, Chembur, Mulund, Bhandup, and Powai. Many residents took to Twitter to boost their considerations concerning the scent.

Categorising it as an ‘unknown foul smell’, BMC mobilised the Mumbai Fire Brigade, and alerted the Mumbai Police, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, and ward officers of the respective areas. By 8.15pm, BMC’s catastrophe administration division mentioned it checked with the complainants and the investigating companies, and so they mentioned the foul odour not existed.

Earlier in June, the same incident was reported to the BMC’s catastrophe administration division by residents. Being the second such incident on the time, BMC arrange a committee to hint the origin of the leak, however the panel couldn’t decide the trigger. The first such incident was reported in September final yr.


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