Bengaluru: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai faulted the ‘maladministration’ of the previous Congress governments for the present situation of the city.
Many parts of the rain-battered city on Tuesday saw a repeat of scenes witnessed on September 5–inundated roads and streets, tractors ploughing through flooded localities ferrying people, submerged vehicles and more overnight rains.
Bommai cited “unprecedented rainfall and overflowing” water bodies for the deluge but assured his government’s commitment to restore normalcy.
He also said that only two zones bore the brunt of rains although a picture was being painted as if entire Bengaluru was struggling.
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One rain-related death, electrocution of a woman, was reported from Siddapura.