While the wall was breaking down, families were still there, killing neighbors and flooding. Although officials said 88 families are included in the housing projects managed by Mahuli (PAP), 75 are still living in poverty.
MUMBAI: The ban has affected more than 70 families in the Devil who killed 31 people in more than 45 days in 2019, marking the beginning of security measures. BMC has not yet started work on the new walls. While the wall was breaking down, families were still there, killing neighbors and flooding.
Although officials said 88 families are included in the housing projects managed by Mahuli (PAP), 75 are still living in poverty.
“We only knew then. The houses were damaged or the houses where the dead were brought to Mahuli now. Seventy -seven families live here. We don’t know when we will die. The BMC and the government must provide it.
BJP leader Vinod Mishra said he urged the BMC and the Ministry of Forestry to move climbers to safer areas and build gardens. “The BMC Ministry of Water rejected the garden application this week. But work has not yet begun. Residents need to move to safer areas and the fence needs to be rebuilt.” He did the same to Mishra.
In case of water shortage, the families moved to Parekh Nagar Folk High School. “They should completely reform Malady herself, but they are not treated like cows. Opposition leader Praveen Darker wants a meeting with all the relevant courts,” Mishra said.
Shortly after the crisis, President Praveen Pradesh appointed experts from NGOs and local organizations to look for opportunities. Reinforced wall sections were first removed.
Although BMC used 29 people with disabilities to build 2.3 km, the 15-foot fence collection collapsed within two years of its construction. In December 2019, the Board of Management did not request an investigation into the incident. Nine members of the Special Inspection Commission said in their report that the disturbances were caused by flooding as well as closed population holes. The Commission, therefore, recommends that the Malad dam in the upper part of the road be leveled to prevent landslides. The affected branch should determine the BMC of the land/soil and, if necessary, use slopes to prevent accidents.
According to forest officials, eight to eight families are living in Mahul, but eight eligible families cannot travel to Mahul because the Supreme Court has banned Mahuli’s PAPs from living. Some campers refused to go to Mahul. The Forest Board asked the BMC to distribute a PAP house for eight families.