Dr. Mishra said that the civic body was responsible for the floods and the open manholes too.
The body of noted gastroenterologist Dr. Deepak Amarapukar has been found near Worli sea shore.
"He asked driver to take auto home and made a decision to walk since he thought it will take less time".
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Rescuers have located and identified the body of renowned gastroenterologist Deepak Amarapurkar, who went missing on Tuesday evening after falling into an open manhole during the Mumbai deluge, officials said on Thursday.
Dr Amrapukar (58), who worked with the Bombay Hospital and Research Centre in south Mumbai, had lunch around 15:30 hrs and left for his home in Prabhadevi. "We got a call from a local at 6.30 am of a body being found near a drain opening in Worli". However, the driver reached home, but he didn't.
Eye-witnesses saw him drifting towards a manhole and since then he was reported missing.
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Indian Medical Association Mumbai chapter criticised Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and wrote to BMC Commissioner seeking inquiry into the death of the doctor.
According to previous reports, the senior doctor was reportedly returning home but due to waist deep water, he had to get down of his vehicle at Elphinstone Road.
Late on Tuesday, witnesses said they had seen him walking on the flooded roads after his auto stalled and suddenly falling into the open manhole near Senapati Bapat Marg. Dadar was among the worst hit areas with Mumbai rains.
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The Meteorological Department said that the city recorded 298 mm of rainfall, the highest in a day since 1997.