At least 13 persons were killed and nine others injured when the four-storey illegal section of the building, "Kesarbai", in Dongri, south Mumbai, collapsed on July 16.
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis promised a new legislation to regulate cluster development of the dilapidated buildings even as the death toll at the Dongri building collapse touched 14.
Every year, the financial capital sees instances of building collapse, foot overbridge accidents and other life-threatening but preventable incidents.
Following is a summary of incidents of building collapse and accidents involving infrastructure in the country's financial capital and its satellite towns in the last few years.
In a statement, Mumbai fire brigade chief P S Rahangdale said two kids -- one aged between six-eight and the other aged about four -- were rescued from under the debris by the firefighters.
Shamani, who works in Delhi, was visiting his extended family in the four-storey building in Dongri in south Mumbai when it collapsed.
It was just another morning for 25-year old Sabia Nisar Sheikh as she went about her household chores.
MHADA's repair and reconstruction board clarifies that its cessed property 25/C Kesarbai building is not the one that collapsed this morning.
The four-storey structure collapsed around 11.40 am and the fire brigade got the first information at 12.10 pm.