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Mumbai's Null Bazar area turns into 'pond' after downpour

Video Credit: ANI - Duration: 01:46s - Published
Mumbai's Null Bazar area turns into 'pond' after downpour

Mumbai's Null Bazar area turns into 'pond' after downpour

Mumbai's Null Bazar area witnessed water-logging after heavy rain in the area.

Traffic was affected badly due to water-logging.

Heavy rain warning has been issued for parts of Maharashtra on July 4.


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