Video of people pulling two-wheeler out of manhole goes viral, Twitter furious

Video of people pulling two-wheeler out of manhole goes viral, Twitter furious

Rainfall is creating a lot of havoc in many areas of the country especially Mumbai, every year during the monsoon the financial capital of the country become standstill. As per BMC lots of efforts have been made to deal with the situation but nothing much comes out to be fruitful especially monsoon and Mumbai roads are becoming the house of the pothole.

With all the promises of  Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation(BMC) are proving evidently false leading to hours of traffic jams on the Mumbai roads as well as an inconvenience due to delayed trains and flights, people over social media platforms like Twitter And Facebook are showing their anger by sharing videos from their area. In similar incidents, a shocking video has come forward where a man was seen taking out his two-wheeler out of huge manhole created in the rainy season. The clip was shared by user DhavalBhed and has been retweeted thousands of times since then.
The video has shown the man pulling out his scooter and many other gatherings to help him as the task seems impossible, the video shared on Twitter has gathered a lot of flak and slams to the local municipal civic body of Mumbai for their irresponsible behavior regarding the preparedness for the monsoon season.

Indian metrological department predicted heavy rainfall in Goa, Konkan, and north Madhya Maharashtra regions, including Mumbai, this coming week due to the cyclonic activities over the sea in Gujarat.  Nothing seems to be settled for the Mumbai city and people are getting more worried after the prediction announcement.

On the other hand, BMC in response to this video has tweeted that the incidence is not from the city and somewhere else. The official Twitter handle of the civic body announced later as the video goes viral “verifying the content and the authenticity of the video before sharing on social media platform should be done as it creates a lot of panic”. The video has been now deleted from the original account it was shared however is available on many other Twitter handles.

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