Watch: In Flooded Bengaluru, Techies Ride Tractors To Office
Bengaluru: Yemalur, close to the HAL Airport, was lowered and this incited numerous workers of IT organizations living close by to ride farm vehicles to their workplaces.
Bengaluru: With extreme waterlogging in Bengaluru after weighty precipitation, numerous IT experts in the city, known as India’s Silicon Valley, turned to taking farm hauler rides to arrive at their work environments.
Yemalur, close to the HAL Airport, was lowered and this incited numerous workers of IT organizations living close by to ride farm vehicles to their workplaces.
We can’t take such countless leaves from our office, our work is getting impacted. We are trusting that farm haulers will drop us for ₹ 50,” a lady worker of an IT firm told news organization ANI.
In the mean time, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has guaranteed the IT organizations of a conversation on the assessed loss of ₹ 225 crore because of downpour and waterlogging in Bengaluru.
We will call the IT organizations and talk with them connected with the issues that they are looking due to waterlogging. We will likewise examine the pay and other related harms that have been caused because of downpour,” Mr Bommai told ANI.
His comment came after the IT organizations requested that the Chief Minister settle the Outer Ring Road issue.
Waterlogging prompted gridlocks and disturbances in the existences of occupants in a few pieces of Bengaluru yesterday. In many spots in the city, cellars of shops and lofts got overwhelmed.
It came down vigorously. We saw waterlogging had begun after we got up in the first part of the day. The divider out and about nearly lowered due to waterlogging. My storm cellar was overwhelmed and I needed to siphon water out of it,” said a neighborhood.