civic officials said on
Tuesday Cyclone Tauktae
damaged Wall, footpath
near Gateway of India
Cyclone tempest Tauktae harmed an
ocean confronting wellbeing divider and
iron doors close to the notorious Gateway
of India here and some wharf stones in the
area additionally got unstuck because of its
effect, city authorities said on Tuesday.
The fundamental construction of the
notable landmark didn't endure any harm,
however a part of the pathway close to it
collapsed, they said.
Colossal tsunamis in the Arabian Sea
tossed stacks of trash at the landmark,
which is a significant vacation spot, as the
cyclonic tempest passed near the Mumbai
coast on Monday, they said.
A Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation
(BMC) official said they got four trucks of
trash from the premises of the landmark in
south Mumbai after the cyclonic tempest
"A number basalt stones close to the
Gateway of India have ousted with the
effect of the tornado and a little segment of
the pathway there collapsed," the authority
The territory has been blockaded and the
stones gathered for fixes, he said.
Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar visited
the landmark on Tuesday and audited the
harm caused in the premises and the
tidiness work embraced there by the city
"There is no harm to the principle structure,
yet the ocean confronting security divider
and iron entryways close to the Gateway of
India have been harmed. Because of the
effect of the tsunamis and twist, a portion
of the wharf stones fell off and were
discarded five meters," Pednekar told PTI.
The harsh ocean likewise unloaded huge
loads of trash close to the notorious Marine
Drive in south Mumbai, she said.