BENGALURU: Heavy rain across Bengaluru on Wednesday night led to the collapse of a wall in Majestic area that resulted in several four-wheelers parked on the road being damaged.
Incessant rain battered Bengaluru on Wednesday night, resulting in waterlogging in several parts of the city. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had already issued a yellow alert in the city.
Citizens continue to bear the brunt of severe waterlogging as water is yet to recede from roads and bylanes after Wednesday’s downpour.
According to IMD, light rainfall is likely to hit Bengaluru during the next five days. The maximum temperature will range between 27-29 degrees Celcius and the minimum will be 15-17 degrees Celcius. Relative humidity of 60-89 percent during morning hours and 26-48 percent during noon is also expected by the weather department.
Last month, Bengaluru experienced a flood-like situation after the city reeled under severe waterlogging due to incessant heavy rain which continued to affect traffic in several areas of the city.
Earlier in July, Karnataka suffered heavy floods due to rains, after which rescue missions and relief work had to be carried out. Chief Minister Bommai also had to seek financial assistance from the Centre. (ANI)