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Mumbai Builder Hands Over 19-Storey Building For Coronavirus Facility

The 130 flat-building has acquired occupation certificates from the state authorities


As Mumbai continues its battle towards COVID-19, many Mumbaikars are stepping as much as assist others by means of this adversity.

A builder has handed over a 19-storey newly constructed, ready-to-move-in constructing to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to be transformed right into a COVID-19 facility.

Mehul Sanghvi of Sheeji Sharan Developers stated, “We decided to do this willingly after discussing with tenants. The building is being used as a quarantine centre for COVID-19 patients.”

The constructing, positioned on SV Road in Malad, has 130 flats, for which it had acquired an occupation certificates from the state authorities. It was able to be handed over to the flat homeowners.

Till now, 300 sufferers have been transferred to the constructing – 4 sufferers per flat.

Gopal Shetty, MP from Malad, performed an vital function on this determination.


“We decided to do this willingly after discussing with tenants,” Mehul Sanghvi, of Sheeji Sharan Developers stated.

The North Mumbai legislator stated he obtained in contact with Mr Sanghvi and satisfied him to offer the constructing for the trigger, in view of the rising variety of circumstances in Malad.

“We’re happy that people like Mehul Sanghvi have set aside personal interests, to serve the greater good during these difficult times. We hope that others come forward and collaborate for such gestures, helping us save as many lives as possible,” he stated.

On Saturday, Maharashtra had reported a single-day rise of three,874 new COVID-19 circumstances. With this, the entire variety of constructive circumstances within the state now stands at 1,28,205, stated the state well being division. With 160 deaths, the toll within the state is at 5,984.

Municipal Corporation Greater Mumbai had stated that 136 deaths and 1,197 new circumstances have been reported in Mumbai, taking the entire tally within the metropolis to 65,265. The toll is at 3,559.

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