Northern Bengaluru and several other pockets of northern Chennai’s Manali space skilled heavy flooding because of torrential rain in elements of the South on Sunday evening.
Water entered a number of houses within the Manali suburb of Tamil Nadu’s capital. Many elements of the neighbourhood in northern Chennai have been closely inundated as a result of extra discharge from the Kosasthalaiyar river. Extra water overflowing from the neighbouring Andhra Pradesh metropolis of Chitoor additionally contributed to the in a single day deluge.
Boats have been deployed in some areas of northern Chennai to cope with the state of affairs. Discharge from the Poondi reservoir in Tamil Nadu’s Thiruvallur district can even be diminished, authorities mentioned at present.
In the meantime, Karnataka’s capital metropolis Bengaluru noticed heavy flooding in a single day because the Allalasandra lake overflowed, inundating the lake’s surrounding areas. A number of roads in northern Bengaluru have been left closely waterlogged because of final evening’s downpour.
The Yelahanka, Nagavara, Kogilu Cross and Vidyaranyapura areas of Bengaluru have been significantly affected by the rain. In Yelahanka, 134 mm of rain fell within the final 24 hours alone, contributing to the world’s heavy waterlogging.