Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa convened a meeting of ministers and officials to start taking preventive measures in Bangalore.
Yediyurappa tweeted: “With the advent of the monsoon on Saturday, I have instructed officials to take over. Ministers, legislators, BBMPs and police officials have meetings.”
Notes for the monsoon season
Yidiyurappa also attracts people with the ins and outs of the monsoon season. He or she can contact others for help or register for a complaint.
Yediyurappa shared a list of office telephones of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), forest department, power department and Karnataka natural disaster monitoring center.
Today, when the rainy season is approaching, I instruct people in downtown Bangalore to hold meetings with officials and take all necessary precautions. Ministers, parliamentarians, BBMP commissioners, city police commissioners and officials attended the meeting. pic.twitter.com/wANoyL4t9X
-Bachelor Yediyurappa (@BSYBJP) May 30, 2020
It has been raining every day in the city for more than a week, and many trees have been uprooted and blocked roads.
Due to rain and strong winds, several trees crashed into cars and vehicles. The city has been clearing roads for uprooted trees for a week. The Metropolitan Meteorological Bureau predicts that thunderstorms in Bangalore will continue until June 5.