Each civic ward will compile data of visitors on their respective beaches to chalk out a timetable that will help man the shores
Expect more lifeguards, especially when beaches tend to be crowded.
In the wake of recent drowning mishaps, the BMC has decided to deploy additional lifeguards on city beaches on days that draw huge crowds.
BAYWATCH: In the wake of recent drowning mishaps, BMC will deploy additional lifeguards on city beaches on days that draw huge crowds. PIC/NIMESH DAVE
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"We will check if the person can run 100 mt, swim 100 mt and then run another 100 mt within 8-10 minutes," said Chief Fire Officer of Mumbai Fire Brigade, Uday Tatkare. "Those meeting these criteria will be considered eligible."
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