Watch | What is happening to Bengaluru’s lakes?

A video on the condition of Bengaluru’s lakes

September 28, 2022 12:51 pm | Updated 05:50 pm IST

KARNATAKA  BENGALURU  19/09/2022 Contaminated water breeding mosquitos at Subramanyapur lake  in Bengaluru .

KARNATAKA BENGALURU 19/09/2022 Contaminated water breeding mosquitos at Subramanyapur lake in Bengaluru . | Photo Credit: Bhagya Prakash. K

Recently, Bengaluru suffered severe flooding which brought normal life to a stand-still.

This flooding was not a result of the amount of rainfall it got.

The lakes are losing their ability to hold the excess water.

The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike has taken up efforts to rejuvenate these lakes to avoid such situations in the future.

Read more on what ails Bengaluru’s lakes

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