Bengaluru, Oct 14: The BTM Layout, HSR Layout, Anugraha Layout, and Madiwala localities had been flooded due to Bengaluru’s overflowing Madiwala Lake after unprecedented rainfall lashed the town, with the IMD predicting no reduction until October 17.
Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has additionally predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall at remoted locations over Karnataka for the following three days.
Karnataka: BTM Layout, HSR Layout, Anugraha Layout, and Madiwala localities flooded due to overflowing of Madiwala lake brought on by heavy rainfall in Bengaluru pic.twitter.com/7sWL7Yyv58
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Earlier on Monday, the town began witnessing heavy rainfall which later trigger a flood-like state of affairs.
Meanwhile, a residential constructing at Kamala Nagar within the metropolis tilted dangerously late on Tuesday evening whereas the facet wall of a home in Nagarathpet collapsed on Wednesday morning following torrential rains, the civic company mentioned. It added that nobody was injured in these incidents.
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Tuesday mentioned 21 individuals have died due to rains that has ravaged a number of components of the state since early this month and officers have been directed to give compensation.
Story first printed: Thursday, October 14, 2021, 9:21 [IST]