Bengaluru saw record rainfall in September, one of the reasons for the flooding . The state government has requested Rs 500 crore from the Union government to fix the rains problems .
According to data published by Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, no less than 7,700 homes were flooded and 170 homes were partly damaged during the recent floods that wreaked havoc on the Bengalurus tech corridor.The BBMP has been offering compensation to flood victims whose homes were destroyed in the September first week rain.So far, Rs 14 crore has been given to the citizens.The total ompensation is expected to be around Rs 18.According to the palike, almost 397 kilometers of roadways were flooded recently, resulting in a loss of Rs 337 crore.The damage to three-kilometer trail was estimated to be Rs 4 crore.The worst affected areas in Mahadevapura were affected by the flood, which destroyed over 3,000 houses, 21 of which were partially damaged, and 165 kilometers of road.This was followed by the east and south zones, where 1,141 and 1,048 houses were submerged, respectively. Palike is also actively working to rebuild roads, according to a BBMP official.The state government has requested Rs 500 crore from the Union government to fix the rain's problems.Bengaluru saw record rainfall in September, one of the reasons for the flooding.BBMP is repairing 11 ruined government buildings. Both deaths occurred in the Mahadevapura region, and the wounded are confined to the Bommanahalli area.The urban local authority has paid Rs 5 lakh to the deceased and Rs 2 lakh to the injured.According to BBMP data, 11 government buildings, including school and college buildings, were destroyed, costing an estimated Rs 65 lakh.These structures are being restored by the Palike.