The flooding was caused by extensive rain that poured down for two full days and left a huge trail of destruction behind. This was the highest rainfall recorded in the last 12 years. Sadly, our Momineen in Mumbra and Dongri have been affected, with two residential buildings, which were home to mostly Khoja families, now left unsafe and inhabitable.
This used to house almost 90% of Khoja families but is now in a dangerous condition with severe internal cracks and is unlivable. The damage is so serious that the structure will need to be demolished and new housing built for the Khoja families.
Suhana Compound Society, Mumbra
There are 55 rooms which are home to mainly Khoja families. The rains have left six feet of water in the ground area, including the lower level flats, leaving the whole building in desperate need of repairs.
With urgent work needed to make both places habitable, and many families in need of emergency aid, we are asking for immediate help to support those in need.