Karnataka Minister’s Meeting With It Firms Today Over Bengaluru Rains

Bengaluru downpours: Representatives of Infosys, Wipro, TCS, Intel, and different organizations will go to the gathering, the Karnataka serve said.

Bengaluru: Karnataka Minister CN Ashwathnarayan has assembled a conference of delegates of the tops of a few IT organizations at 5 pm today to examine the issues they are looking because of the exceptional downpours in Bengaluru.

Boss Secretary to the state government, Chief Commissioner of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), Bangalore Water Authority authorities, Urban Development Department authorities, and the City Police Commissioner will partake in the gathering at the state get together meeting corridor.

Finance managers can openly talk about the issues they are looking because of the downpour, Mr Ashwathnarayan had prior said.

The heads or agents of Infosys, Wipro, Emphasis, Nasscom, Goldman Sachs, Intel, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Philips, Sonata Software, and different organizations will go to the gathering, he informed news office ANI.

In the gathering, the agents will talk about the issues they are confronting. Furthermore, the BBMP Chief Commissioner will introduce a slideshow.

The state government is attempting to tackle the issues looked by the organizations, Mr Ashwathnarayan said.

A few pieces of Karnataka are confronting flood-like circumstances because of weighty precipitation. State capital Bengaluru stays waterlogged as the floodwater is yet to retreat from streets and bylanes.

In the city, which is known as the Silicon Valley of India, a few nerds arrived at their work environments on farm trucks on Monday as the streets stayed lowered.

In the mean time, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai yesterday faulted the past Congress government for the flood circumstance in the city.

Karnataka, particularly Bengaluru, has gotten phenomenal downpours. This sort of downpour has not come over the most recent 90 years. Every one of the tanks are full and they are spilling over. There is constant downpour,” Mr Bommai told correspondents.


This occurred because of maladministration and absolutely impromptu organization of the past Congress government. This is the consequence of the terrible organization of the Congress government. They never considered keeping up with the lakes.