India’s tech hub Bengaluru flooded after days of torrential rains

India’s tech hub bengaluru flooded after days of torrential rains

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “India’s tech hub Bengaluru flooded after days of torrential rains” – below is their description.

At least a dozen people have died in the southern Indian state of Karnataka – and parts of its capital city Bengaluru remain submerged after record rainfall.

Those who have had to flee their homes are blaming bad urban planning for the floods.

The city is India’s tech hub and hundreds of people have been evacuated. Many of them are blaming bad urban planning for the floods.

Al Jazeera’s Pavni Mittal reports from Bengaluru, India.

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