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Congress slams Karnataka minister for ‘sleeping’ during flood review meeting

The situation is getting worse due to the floods in Karnataka. Talking about the capital Bangalore, the common life here has become completely disturbed. But the Revenue Minister in the Karnataka government slept in the meeting itself. Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai was also holding a meeting on Karnataka floods, but the minister was not patient enough to end the meeting and sleep comfortably. People are unable to come out of their homes due to water logging on the roads. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai was holding a cabinet meeting today on the flood situation in Karnataka. Congress has posted a picture of him. In this picture, Minister R Ashok has been accused of sleeping during the meeting.

The situation in Bangalore has deteriorated significantly. Here schools have been closed and offices have done work from home.

The official Twitter handle of Karnataka Congress shared pictures of R Ashok. In photographs, the minister was seen closing his eyes during a meeting to review the flood situation in the state. Congress tweeted in Kannada language and wrote that there are many types of drowning. The people of the state drown in the rain. Ministers are drowning in their sleep. On Monday, R Ashok also shared photographs from the flood review meeting, which was chaired by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has released Rs 300 crore to tackle the situation and maintain infrastructure in Bengaluru. Normal life has come to a standstill in the IT capital and most parts of the city have been submerged. Electricity and water supply has been disrupted. On Monday, Bengaluru Urban district received 79.2 mm of rain. Most schools have declared a holiday on Tuesday while several IT companies have asked employees to work from home.

The situation arising out of heavy rains at various places in Bengaluru on the night of September 5 remained more or less the same on Tuesday as well. Roads are waterlogged and houses and vehicles are partially submerged. Boats and tractors were seen going to office or children to school this morning at Yemalur, Rainbow Drive Layout, Sunny Brooks Layout, Marathahalli and other places in the city.

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