Watch how heavy rains turned Bengaluru roads into rivers, inundate houses & overflow lakes
Bengaluru has turned into a big pool after days of heavy rains triggered floods in the IT hub of India. The roads in the city have turned small rivers with a lot of people stuck in their homes and resi ntial societies. At several locals, water has entered shops and resi ntial houses. Police and rescue workers were seen taking out people in boats from vulnerable locations. Aid workers were seen distributing food essentials as massive rains hit the supplies. Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Karnataka CM and assured full support to overcome the flood situation in Bengaluru and rest of the state.
Velichashay lider reborn twice now
Drainage sy em of India should meet International standards at least in major IT cities
i think kochi is somewhat better in drainage sy em, still isnt perfect when it comes to outskirts
what is that international standard?
Velichashay lider reborn twice now
@Shyam Any city like San Francisco or Seoul,Silicon valley,Tokyo etc etc
they should learn from odisha , most disaster ravaged state but overcomes all the difficulties
Lol... when City Roads are bad how can drainage sy em meet standards.
shreehari g bhat
I am from Bangalore and this happened only in a small area and it gets flooded every year same place
My Ideas regarding society
Yes you are . Even I live In Bangalore. It only happens in small areas that's it. In my town nothing such in dent took place
But This Hindustan Times is showing full Bangalore is only flooded. Really disappointed by Hindustan Times . They(hindustan times) can't even properly mention at which place the in dent took place in Banglore.
William Price King
Unfortunately, this is happening all around the globe and the poorest countries are hit the hardest. Prayers go out to all of those affected by this phenomenon.
We humans need to save our planet
As a Bengalurian I'm happy to see people speaking in Kannada
I guess cities like Kolkata have learnt a lesson from this.....I hope they really do upgrade the centuries old drainage sy em here
Kolkata has best drainage sy em among metro cities
This is true but its an exaggerated LOL this is not even bangalore its rural, the place I live is not even flooded
We have to appreciate the hard work put by police and rescue teams. Thank them for their efforts
As a Bengalurian I'm used to it. We just cover the water pass and let it go to the roads than our house. It stays for 2 hours between 6/7 to 8/8:30. Then water goes
It rained 1-2 days back and now media is telling country there is flood in Bangalore
r rao cheepi
Drainage up gradation is an answer but remains as question unanswered for decades in most of the metropolitan cities in our country. Issue is kept in cold storage once rains recede-it's unending problem due administrative apathy. BANGALORE is no exception -it's shame on all po iticians who are for themselves always.
When you bring down the lakes number from 300+ to less than 200, this will happen
That's the sign of becoming next superpower... Congratulations to my country
U know this is happening in so called super power countries to ?
This is an absolute exaggeration. Streets in part of the city, Central Locations like MG Road etc are bone dry.
Same happened with hyderabad last year
It happens every year in Mumbai. Ask us Mumbai kars how we manage
Wow monsoon is like I'm on duty for whole year..
HARIDAS K WARRIOR
Sad state of affairs. How will a country develop
Were we proud of these developed cities? Come on man, atleast improve drainage sy em in the big cities. Every monsoon or heavy rain time we witness this pool type situations in Delhi, Mumbai and now in Bengaluru.
Errors made by humans not fault by nature
India need USA kind of water et Canals....
Every year same problem