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Mumbai rains: Police personnel to get Rs. 5 crore reward for 'untiring' service

ANI  |  Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] 

The has decided to give Rs. 5 crore reward to police personnel, who worked untiringly during the disastrous heavy rainfall of August 29, to ensure safety of citizens and for the good work done in the last few months.

Chief Minister's Office (CMO) confirmed the news and said that as mark of appreciation, Rs. five crore will be rewarded collectively to be given to the police personnel.

On August 29, recorded 297.6 mm rain in nine hours (8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.), higher than any 24-hour rain in August in a decade.

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had earlier said that due to the IMD warnings, people in and areas around the city are advised to stay home unless there is an emergency.

Fadnavis also instructed suspension of toll collection at all entry points and sea link till situation is back to normal.

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First Published: Thu, September 14 2017. 23:42 IST