Bengaluru: Several areas of Bengaluru remain waterlogged following heavy rainfall that has bared the damage caused by unplanned development in the rapidly growing city.
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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has said the state government has chosen to deliver ₹ 300 crore to handle the crisis circumstance. An extra ₹ 300 crore has been reserved for other flood-affected districts.
Schools and colleges have pronounced an occasion inferable from waterlogging in key region of the city. As workplaces keep on working, a few group were seen utilizing farm vehicles to clear their path through the waterlogged streets.
Powers cuts have been accounted for in a few regions. Water supply to certain regions has been disturbed after a pumphouse in Mandya was overflowed. The Chief Minister has said the pumphouse is being cleaned. He said 8,000 borewells would supply water in impacted regions. In regions with no borewells, water will be provided through big haulers.
The flooding of the mega IT hub for the second opportunity in seven days has brought into focus the results of impromptu urbanization. The Bengaluru city body has recognized infringement on 500 tempest water depletes that have now left the city choking in water.
As per the Chief Minister, 430 houses have been totally harmed in the floods and 2,188 others have experienced halfway harm. Around 225 km of streets, scaffolds, ducts and electric shafts have likewise been harmed.