As many as seven of the buildings have been declared as extremely dangerous by the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) authority.
This is as part of the pre-monsoon exercise undertaken.
These seven buildings which come under the repair board of Mhada are said to be more than 50 years old.
Later, it was informed that while the Mhada officials have managed to vacate 286 families from these seven buildings, notices have also been sent to the remaining 117 families to vacate.
The buildings identified are 93 dilapidated one’s which fall under the jurisdiction of the BMC.>