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The ruling BJP and Congress have come face-to-face over the floods that hit Bengaluru after heavy rains. CM Bommai blamed the previous Congress government for the floods in Silicon City. After this, Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar has challenged CM Basavaraj Bommai to quit power and impose President’s rule in the state, we will solve the problem. Will give On the other hand, CM Bommai took stock of the flood affected areas today. The state IT minister has called a meeting of the companies that came today. Due to the flood, the employees have to reach the office by tractors.

Congress leader DK Shivakumar today said that the BJP has a Basavaraj Bommai-led government in Karnataka. They should leave power and impose President’s rule. After that we will come to power and solve the problem. The state Congress president’s remarks came in the wake of Bommai blaming the previous Congress government for the waterlogging in Bengaluru.

CM Bommai took stock of the affected areas
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai called on ministers CN Ashwathanarayana and R. Ashok local MLA along with BBMP officials and concerned department visited rain affected and waterlogged areas in Outer Ring Road Bengaluru near Eco Space this morning.

IT professionals going on duty in tractor trolleys
Meanwhile, incessant rain continues in Silicon City, Bangalore. Water logging has made movement difficult in many parts of the city. IT City software personnel have to go on duty riding in tractor trolleys. State Information Technology Minister CN Ashwathnarayan has called a meeting of representatives of heads of several software companies at 5 pm on Wednesday.

In this, the problems arising in the city due to the unprecedented rains will be discussed. Chief secretaries of the state government, officials of the Greater Bengaluru Municipal Corporation, Bangalore Water Authority, officials of the urban development department and city police commissioners will participate in the meeting. The meeting will be held in the conference hall of Vidhan Saud.

The meeting will be attended by heads or representatives of companies like Infosys, Wipro, Mphasis, Nasscom, Goldman Sachs, Intel, TCS, Philips Sonata Software and others. The Minister of State said that the State Government is making sincere efforts to solve the problems of the companies, as heavy water logging due to heavy rains continues in Bengaluru, a team of National Disaster Response Force has been sent to rescue people from a submerged residential society in the city. Deployed to save.

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The ruling BJP and Congress have come face-to-face over the floods that hit Bengaluru after heavy rains. CM Bommai blamed the previous Congress government for the floods in Silicon City. After this, Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar has challenged CM Basavaraj Bommai to quit power and impose President’s rule in the state, we will solve the problem. Will give On the other hand, CM Bommai took stock of the flood affected areas today. The state IT minister has called a meeting of the companies that came today. Due to the flood, the employees have to reach the office by tractors.

Congress leader DK Shivakumar today said that the BJP has a Basavaraj Bommai-led government in Karnataka. They should leave power and impose President’s rule. After that we will come to power and solve the problem. The state Congress president’s remarks came in the wake of Bommai blaming the previous Congress government for the waterlogging in Bengaluru.

CM Bommai took stock of the affected areas

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai called on ministers CN Ashwathanarayana and R. Ashok local MLA along with BBMP officials and concerned department visited rain affected and waterlogged areas in Outer Ring Road Bengaluru near Eco Space this morning.


IT professionals going on duty in tractor trolleys

Meanwhile, incessant rain continues in Silicon City, Bangalore. Water logging has made movement difficult in many parts of the city. IT City software personnel have to go on duty riding in tractor trolleys. State Information Technology Minister CN Ashwathnarayan has called a meeting of representatives of heads of several software companies at 5 pm on Wednesday.

In this, the problems arising in the city due to the unprecedented rains will be discussed. Chief secretaries of the state government, officials of the Greater Bengaluru Municipal Corporation, Bangalore Water Authority, officials of the urban development department and city police commissioners will participate in the meeting. The meeting will be held in the conference hall of Vidhan Saud.

The meeting will be attended by heads or representatives of companies like Infosys, Wipro, Mphasis, Nasscom, Goldman Sachs, Intel, TCS, Philips Sonata Software and others. The Minister of State said that the State Government is making sincere efforts to solve the problems of the companies, as heavy waterlogging due to heavy rains continues in Bengaluru, a team of National Disaster Response Force has been sent to rescue people from a submerged residential society in the city. Deployed to save.

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