Bengaluru floods: Drinking water supply to be stopped in city for 2 days

Published on Sep 06, 2022 09:41 AM IST
  • The weather department has predicted heavy rains in south and north interior Karnataka for the next four days. The state has already received 144 per cent excess rain during the last week of August, and in the first five days of the current month, the state has received 51 per cent excess rain.
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Bengaluru reeled under floods as incessant rainfall lashed the city on Monday evening. Waterlogging led to traffic jams and disruptions in the lives of normal people in several parts of the city including Koramangla. The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board's (BWSSB) has warned of water supply disruption in several areas of the city for two days as pumping station in the Mandya district is flooded.(ANI) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Sep 06, 2022 09:41 AM IST

Bengaluru reeled under floods as incessant rainfall lashed the city on Monday evening. Waterlogging led to traffic jams and disruptions in the lives of normal people in several parts of the city including Koramangla. The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board's (BWSSB) has warned of water supply disruption in several areas of the city for two days as pumping station in the Mandya district is flooded.(ANI)

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More than 50 areas will get affected including prime areas like Sadashivanagar, Indiranagar, Vasanthnagar and Malleshwaram.(REUTERS) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Sep 06, 2022 09:41 AM IST

More than 50 areas will get affected including prime areas like Sadashivanagar, Indiranagar, Vasanthnagar and Malleshwaram.(REUTERS)

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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will be visiting the T.K.Halli unit of Bengaluru Water Board in Mandya district that will manage the drinking water supply to Bengaluru City(ANI) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Sep 06, 2022 09:41 AM IST

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will be visiting the T.K.Halli unit of Bengaluru Water Board in Mandya district that will manage the drinking water supply to Bengaluru City(ANI)

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"I am leaving for Mandya soon after the Teachers' day function to assess the situation. BWSSB Chairman, engineers, and secretary of the urban development department are already sent to the unit," Mr Bommai told news agency ANI.(ANI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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"I am leaving for Mandya soon after the Teachers' day function to assess the situation. BWSSB Chairman, engineers, and secretary of the urban development department are already sent to the unit," Mr Bommai told news agency ANI.(ANI)

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The officials of the Mandya district are busy in draining out water from the pumping station. The situation is expected to come under control by evening. The technical team is working on the emergency mode to restart the machinery. I will visit and give necessary instructions," he added.(ANI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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The officials of the Mandya district are busy in draining out water from the pumping station. The situation is expected to come under control by evening. The technical team is working on the emergency mode to restart the machinery. I will visit and give necessary instructions," he added.(ANI)

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With the losses incurred by heavy rains in Bengaluru, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday said a decision has been taken to release <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>300 crore to deal with the current situation and the maintenance of basic infrastructure in the city.(REUTERS) View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Sep 06, 2022 09:41 AM IST

With the losses incurred by heavy rains in Bengaluru, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday said a decision has been taken to release 300 crore to deal with the current situation and the maintenance of basic infrastructure in the city.(REUTERS)

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Bommai said that a central team will arrive in Bengaluru on Tuesday night, to study the rains and flood situation in the state. A memorandum will be submitted and after that, the government will hold a meeting with the team members.(ANI) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Bommai said that a central team will arrive in Bengaluru on Tuesday night, to study the rains and flood situation in the state. A memorandum will be submitted and after that, the government will hold a meeting with the team members.(ANI)

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Earlier in July also, Bengaluru had suffered due to heavy rains, after which rescue missions and relief work had to be carried out.(REUTERS) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Earlier in July also, Bengaluru had suffered due to heavy rains, after which rescue missions and relief work had to be carried out.(REUTERS)

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