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Signage on top of BSE building toppled due to heavy wind


BSE building

new Delhi. One of the most important economic signals in the country, the BSE signage above a Bombay Stock Exchange building has been broken. In fact, this signage installed on the Bombay Stock Exchange building was completely destroyed by strong winds. After the breakdown, this signage is stuck on the roof of the building, increasing the danger to the building and people passing below. Ashish Chauhan, CEO of Bombay Stock Exchange, gave information about this incident via tweet today and said that all precautionary steps are being taken.

In the tweet, the CEO wrote that the signage above the BSE building collapsed due to strong winds and continuous rain. We are taking the help of the fire brigade to ensure that these signage does not fall down and does not injure or damage anyone's property. Please help us.

Currently, heavy rains and inclement weather continue to wreak havoc in Mumbai, strong rains have been seen in many places. Similar damage has been observed in Mumbai and many surrounding areas due to 10 hours of rain. Due to heavy landslides during the rains in Mumbai's Kandivali, the Western Highway has been closed. This step has been taken by falling many rocks on the road. On the other hand, due to heavy rains in Santacruz East, the water built in a rainy drain caused the house on its banks to collapse. Along with this, the services of local trains have also been affected. Seeing the signs of heavy rains further, the Meteorological Department has issued a red alert.

This post was published on August 5, 2020 8:13 pm

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