More news from Panvel. Panvel also suffered greatly from the cloudburst
that hit Mumbai. But the problem now is manifold. Some parts of the town experienced almost 12-15 feet of gushing water. Primarily a retail and business town for the nearby villages, the water laid waste to stored grain and bundles of cloth in shops that were mostly located on the ground level. Following the floods, the shopkeepers simply dumped their rotting wares on the streets, causing the entire area to stink. The local MP and MLA, both building contractors however have employed their personal resources like bulldozers and 'JCBs' to remove the garbage but the quantity of the rotting mess is overwhelming. It almost looks set for an epidemic.
I would like to know how Mumbai and other parts of the state dealing with their garbage problems following the floods.