Bengaluru Rain: Many blood vessel streets in Bengaluru were immersed while the cellars of condos were overflowed after the precipitation the previous evening.

Bengaluru: Several regions in Bengaluru are waterlogged and streets lowered after weighty short-term downpours, with gridlocks being accounted for at significant intersections in the city. This is the second opportunity in seven days that the Karnataka state capital is seeing such extreme waterlogging.

Numerous blood vessel streets were immersed while the cellars of lofts were overflowed after the precipitation the previous evening. A traffic warning encouraged inhabitants to try not to leave their homes with the exception of crisis, and not to send kids to school.

WATCH | Karnataka: Massive gridlock on Marathahalli-Silk Board intersection street in Bengaluru in the midst of extreme waterlogging caused because of weighty precipitation

ANI (@ANI) September 5, 2022

External Ring Road close to Ecospace, Bellandur, KR Market, Silk Board intersection, and Varthur are among the areas impacted. The IT hall also is waterlogged while a few houses are immersed in HBR Layout.

Visuals showed transports caught in an overflowed Old Airport Road. The street was lowered after last week’s precipitation as well and Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai had visited it two days prior. Weighty water-logging is accounted for in Sarjapur Road with the parking areas of adjacent structures seen submerged.

Balagere-Panathur street in Varthur has transformed into a stream because of spilling over storm water channels. North of 30 high rises and their storm cellars are waterlogged in Mahadevapura.

Traffic development is impacted along Whitefield primary street, Old Airport Road, Balagere principal street, Sarjapur street, and Yemalur fundamental street.

A few firms, including Goldman Sachs and Swiggy, have requested that their staff telecommute, detailed Reuters refering to anonymous workers.

Bengaluru saw what was happening last Tuesday as weighty downpours prompted waterlogging in a few pieces of the city. Trees were seen as removed while schools and universities stayed shut.

This prompted misfortunes worth many crores, IT and banking firms had said in a letter to the Chief Minister. “We’ll call the IT organizations and talk with them connected with issues they’re confronting (due to waterlogging). We’ll talk about the remuneration and other related harms caused because of downpour,” Mr Bommai told news organization ANI today.


The climate office has anticipated weighty precipitation till September 9 across Karnataka, particularly in Bengaluru, and waterfront parts of the state. A Yellow alarm has been given in Kodagu, Shivamogga, Uttara Kannada, Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Chikkamagaluru locale.