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Vijay Varma, Soni Razdan Reacts To Mumbai Billboard Collapse; Expresses Shock Over The Incident On Social Media

Celebrities like Vijay Varma, Alia Bhatt’s mother Soni Razdan and others have reacted to the hoarding collapse case in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar on Monday.

Vijay Varma and Soni Razdan took to their Instagram to share their reaction on the incident. Many got killed and injured as the hording collapsed in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar on Monday due to heavy rain and thunderstorms. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) have issued a statement which said that the billboard was constructed without their permission. Soni has questioned the civic body.

The actress took to to the comments of a Instagram post of Faye D’Souza where she had shared an update about the falling of the hoarding. Soni has commented there ‘Terrible’. Under another Instagram post by Faye, Soni commented, “But why do they only discover this illegal hoarding AFTER it’s killed people? Isn’t the @my_bmc therefore liable for prosecution in this case then? For not doing their due diligence before such a disaster takes place?”

Roshan Abbas, actor and TV host commented, “Who did the hoarding belong to? Who is the owner. It is very easy to determine this.” Meanwhile, actor Vijay Varma shared a video of the accident on Instagram Stories, and wrote, “Oh no.” that

On Tuesday, actor Mini Mathur also took to her Instagram stories and wrote, “Life in our country has zero value. Whose hoarding is it? Who allowed it to stand there for years? The blame game this week will lead to no answers and the corrupt nexus that allowed the open flouting of rules will never be taken apart. Disgusting.”

As per the reports, 14 people have died and 74 were injured in the incident where your towering hoarding advertised alongside a petrol pump in Mumbai Mumbai collapsed due to rain and gusty winds. The incident has occurred around 4:30 pm near Chheda Nagar Gymkhana in the Ghatkopar area where the weather suddenly changed with dust storm and rain.

Initially over 100 people were trapped under the 100-foot-tall billboard which was illegally constructed on the petrol pump. NDRF (National Disaster Response Force) have joined the rescue operation.

The BMC said in a statement, on Monday evening that 20 to 30 people were still trapped inside the rubble from the hoarding collapse. However, the NDRF was facing issues in removing the rubble due to the collapse that occurred at a petrol pump, which could lead to a hazardous situation.

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