Bangalore Heavy Rain: Employees of IT company forced to go to office by tractor, have to pay Rs 50 as freight

Pankaj Prasad
Employees of IT company went office by tractor
Employees of IT company went office by tractor

Due to waterlogging due to heavy rains, many employees of IT companies use tractors to reach their offices in Yamlur area of ​​Bengaluru.

These days the employees of IT company in Bangalore are forced to go to the office in a tractor. For this they have to pay Rs 50 as rent. You will be surprised if you know the reason behind it.

Why IT company employees are forced to go to office in tractor

In fact , due to waterlogging due to heavy rains , many employees of IT companies use tractors to reach their offices in Yamlur area of ​​Bengaluru. Sharing their pain, the employees of the IT company said, we cannot take so much leave from the office, our work is getting affected. We are waiting for the tractor to drop us for Rs 50.

Heavy rains affected the work of many IT companies

There are reports from many areas on the Outer Ring Road that due to the rains and floods, the work of many IT companies has also been affected. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said, "There has been heavy rain in Bengaluru. I have spoken to the commissioner of Bengaluru Municipal Corporation and other officials. I have asked officials to deploy two teams of State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) in Mahadevapura and Bommanahalli areas in the city. The Chief Minister told reporters that he has asked the officials to drain the water from the submerged areas at the earliest.

Heavy rain in Bangalore, many areas and roads submerged

Heavy overnight rains lashed Bengaluru with water in several areas on Monday and boats and tractors had to be deployed for relief work. Several lakes, ponds and drains in the city are flooded and houses in low-lying areas have been flooded, affecting normal life. In some areas, including Rambo Drive Layout and Sunny Brooks Layout on Sarjapur Road, water-logging is such that boats and tractors had to be used to evacuate students and office-goers in the morning hours.