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BREAKING: PM Narendra Modi speaks to Karnataka CM Bommai, takes stock of situation

BREAKING: PM Narendra Modi speaks to Karnataka CM Bommai, takes inventory of state of affairs | Information

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday (November 23, 2021) spoke to Karnataka chief minister Basavraj Bommai concerning heavy rains within the state. The prime minister additionally took inventory of the state of affairs within the state.
PM Narendra Modi spoke with Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai concerning the heavy rainfall within the state and took inventory of the state of affairs: Govt Sources
(File photographs) pic.twitter.com/XeXQ6wtgIp
— ANI (@ANI) November 23, 2021
The telephone calls come at a time when the elements of the state are bettering incessant heavy rainfall. 
The state capital, Bengaluru, is prone to obtain mild to reasonable showers for the subsequent 48 hours. Thunderstorm with lightning is probably going over the subsequent 24 hours at remoted locations over the state.
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai visits & inspects Kendriya Vihar House, after heavy rains overflowed the Yelahanka Lake and water flooded into Kendriya Vihar and surrounding areas, in Bengaluru pic.twitter.com/IoS8expgF1
— ANI (@ANI) November 23, 2021
In the meantime, a complete of 24 individuals have misplaced their lives because of incessant rains throughout the state because the starting of this month. “A complete of 24 individuals misplaced their lives because of heavy rain in Karnataka. Crop injury at over 5 hectares of land. As many as 658 homes had been utterly broken whereas 8,495 houses had been partially broken. Not less than 191 livestock had been reported lifeless,” mentioned CMO in an announcement.
Karnataka Catastrophe Administration Authority officers revealed that as per the preliminary loss and damages estimated by the authority thus far since November one, 658 homes have been utterly broken, whereas 8,495 homes have been partially broken.
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai additionally introduced {that a} compensation of Rs 1 lakh might be given for home collapses. The Karnataka authorities have launched Rs 500 crore for roads and bridges, and have made emergency rescue groups throughout town. 
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