CM BS Yediyurappa believes flood-hit areas will be normal in four-six days
Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa had believed that the floods, heavy rain situation gets normal in four to six days. He also said, the high command also will help relief works, and by releasing the funds to Karnataka.
BS Yediyurappa said, “By God’s grace, since yesterday and day before rains have reduced. There was also fear that there will be heavy rains in Bengaluru. That kind of situation is not to be seen. So by God’s grace, there is some relief.”
CM also said, “I expect that the situation will be back to normal in four to six days,” he expressed. BSY had held the areal survey in several districts, like as Dakshina Kannada and Mysuru districts and also held the meeting with officers for debating about the flood situation.
BSY said, “If we total all districts, the loss will be around Rs, 40,000 to 50,000 crore. We have requested (the Centre) to release Rs 3,000 crore immediately.”
CM said, “As Union home minister himself has assessed the situation, also finance minister has seen the situation…I am going to Delhi on August 16, so by then if Rs 3,000 crore is released, we can start giving relief to those who have lost houses and other belongings. I’m confident about the Centre’s cooperation.”