- All main dams in Karnataka are virtually full following heavy rains since November starting
- IMD has predicted widespread rainfall over Karnataka, Kerala, TN, Puducherry until November 26
- The federal government has deputed aid groups, together with police departments, to take up emergency steps
A number of areas in Bengaluru had been waterlogged on Monday morning as a result of incessant rains, throwing regular life out of drugs. In accordance with information reviews, a number of streets, condominium complexes, retailers and homes in Yelahanka zone had been flooded as the town acquired heavy rainfall final evening. Whereas water receded in most components of the town, roads in Kogilu Cross, Kondappa Structure and Tata Nagar had been inundated.
In accordance with information company IANS, all main dams are nearing full capability whereas 54 localities within the metropolis are waterlogged as heavy rains proceed to batter Karnataka’s capital.
It stated that residences had been inundated after Singapura Lake located in 66 acres breached within the morning. The federal government has deputed aid groups, together with police departments, to take up emergency measures.
Yelahanka locality in Bengaluru is the worst affected with 45 locations being waterlogged. Many homes and residences in Mahadevapura, Vidyaranyapuram, Allalasandra and Rajarajeshwarinagar localities are additionally submerged. Yelahanka-Chikkaballapur Highway, Bengaluru-Doddaballapur roads are additionally inundated with water inflicting extreme inconvenience to car riders.
All main dams within the state are virtually full following heavy rains since November starting. Main dams– Krishnarajasagar (KRS), Kabini, Bhadra and Tungabhadra– had been crammed to their capability on Saturday. Three hydel power reservoirs and different six dams are virtually full.
Cauvery basin has recorded 95 per cent water storage and Krishna basin has seen 92 per cent of water storage. Measures have been taken to make sure security of individuals dwelling in low-lying areas as there can be big water outflow from dams. Officers stated 80,000 cusecs of water is being launched from Tungabhadra dam within the state.
The lakes in numerous cities throughout Karnataka which haven’t been crammed since many years are full and most of them breached. Authorities have initiated security measures.
The India Meteorological Division has predicted widespread rainfall over Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal until November 26. Coastal Karnataka can even expertise remoted heavy rainfall in the identical interval. The division stated that Bengaluru will obtain mild to average rainfall in the present day and tomorrow. The capital metropolis will obtain mild showers from November 24 to November 26.