Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday announced Building of Dam gates in Bengaluru lakes, revitalization of 8000 wells for water supply and a special Scholarship worth Rs 300 crore for The flood-hit citywho admitted that he did not have the infrastructure to deal with such heavy rains.
Bomai presided over a high-level meeting with Ministers and officials of review rain condition in Bengaluru and across the state.
More rain is likely over The next Four days, Bomay was told in the meeting.
“Between September 1 and 5, some places in Bengaluru has an excess of rainfall of 100-150 percent. In Mahadevapura, Bommanahalli and KR Puram, the precipitation is 307 percent. This is the highest in 40-42 years old,” Bomaye said.
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Bengaluru’s 164 lakes are full. on top of That there is rain water, leading for floods. These lakes do not have a dam gate, which is an important part of Tank management to regulate flow of Water. We have decided that everything big lakes in He said Bengaluru will get a dam gate.
Bommai . said government Prepare a contingency plan for water supplies in Bengaluru. “There are 8000 wells under the BWSSB. They will be reactivated and restarted to supply watered areas in Phase 3 and Phase 4 of Cauvery (phase 2) he said. “In the absence of wells, tankers will be used.”
The government permission to release of ₹ 600 crore around flood Management. From this, Rs 300 crore will be given to Bengaluru for Construction of “Rainwater drains and roads where necessary,” said Bhumai, adding that Rs 1,500 crore had been set aside. for rainwater drains already It will work start After the rain subsides.
Access out For angry citizens, Bomaye said officials are working day and night on war base.
We have not prepared the infrastructure in The city for This type of He said. “I want To confirm Bengaluru – we need your cooperation. we will face And the fix this is. Once the rains stop, we will provide the infrastructure where needed.”
You will get Bengaluru one more SDRF team for Approved by Bommai 9.5 crore. “For the whole country, two more SDRF teams composed ofmilitary personnel He said.
Baumei pointed out That bodies of water throughout the state full. “Until the drought-hit Places like Chikkaballapur, Kolar, Chitradurga, Chamarajanagar, Kalaburagi, Bidar and Kopal have seen rising waters. up,” He said.
Between September 1 and 5, Bomai said 5092 people they resorted in Relief camps. About 14,717 hectares of hectares suffered crop losses and 430 homes were completely damaged. They will be compensated over And above the NDRF guidelines, Bommai said.
to me first Time, Karnataka decided to compensate shops Bomaye said the commercial facilities that were damaged by the rains.