Mumbai: Null Bazaar flooded, thanks to garbage

  • | Thursday | 12th July, 2018

The rains over Monday-Tuesday submerged one of the oldest markets in South Mumbai, Null Bazaar, known for its finest meat and chicken cuts. Local BMC corporator of Null Bazaar area, Atul Shah, said that he had visited the area and did find waterlogging on Monday. Locals said that this happens every monsoon, that most of their shops and even the century-old building, Zohra Manzil, is surrounded with water, mostly due to garbage. Rehan Khan, a butcher who sells meat at Null Bazaar, said, "On Tuesday, the market was surrounded by water, the chicken had to be shifted to the upper racks, as water seeped inside the cages. The ground plus three storey building is inside the bazaar.

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