Prolonged exposure to high intensity light-emitting-diodes (LED) floodlights from gymkhanas along Marine Drive can lead to health ailments, said doctors, after a city-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) recorded light pollution levels for the first time in south Mumbai.
A week after the Mumbai city collector passed an order based on hearings from Wilson gymkhana and Chira Bazaar resident Nilesh Desai, whose house is located next to the gymkhana, that all gymkhanas on Marine Drive need to switch off flood lights by 10pm, NGO Awaaz Foundation and Desai took light readings at the Wilson gymkhana and the police gymkhana on Thursday.
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