At least 34 people have died in Maharashtra due to heavy rainfall.This season, Mumbai received the heaviest rainfall in a decade (is this confirmed? If yes, go ahead. Normal life, including public transportation such as train services were severely disrupted. A wall collapse near a slum in Malad killed 19 people on Tuesday. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia to the kin of deceased in the Malad wall collapse. He also visited Mumbai's municipal corporation control room to monitor the situation and urged people to stay indoors-the government announced a holiday on Tuesday.
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