Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation: The municipality claims that the work of filling the pits in Mumbai is fast, only 11 pits are left.

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation: The municipality claims that the work of filling the pits in Mumbai is fast, only 11 pits are left.

When it starts raining in Mumbai, Mumbai cars have to face huge potholes on the roads.  The problem of potholes in Mumbai has been going on for years. 

Although the rains have receded in Mumbai at present, the pits are still visible.  Mumbai Municipal Corporation has claimed that there are only 11 pits left in Mumbai till the evening of July 11.  (BMC claims that there are only 11 pits left in Mumbai) Out of a total of 412 pits, 246 have been filled.  It is planned to fill 141 pits and out of which only 11 pits are left to be filled.

The municipality claims that the work of filling the pits in Mumbai is fast, only 11 pits are left.

Although the rains have receded in Mumbai at present, the pits are still visible.  Mumbai Municipal Corporation has claimed that there are only 11 pits left in Mumbai till the evening of July 11.  (BMC claims that there are only 11 pits left in Mumbai) Out of a total of 412 pits, 246 have been filled.  It is planned to fill 141 pits and out of which only 11 pits are left to be filled.

According to the municipal corporation, Andheri West, Chembur, Kurla, Mankhurd and Malad areas of Mumbai have the highest number of pits.  In the first two weeks of June, heavy rains lashed Mumbai and its suburbs.  After that, potholes started appearing in many areas. 

Therefore, efforts are being made by the municipality to alleviate the suffering of the citizens from these pits.  More than Rs 50 crore is allocated every year to fill the pits in Mumbai.  The municipality has said that the complaints of potholes at both the central office and ward offices are being resolved.

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation: The municipality claims that the work of filling the pits in Mumbai is fast, only 11 pits are left.
Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation: The municipality claims that the work of filling the pits in Mumbai is fast, only 11 pits are left.

If you find potholes in your area, you can report them by tweeting on the municipality’s Twitter handle @mybmc or on the website mcgm.gov.in and on the portal MYBMCpotholefixit.  You can also call the toll free number 1800221293.  The municipality has also launched MCGM 24 × 7 app to report potholes.