Bengaluru: Bengaluru has been wreaking havoc on people since Friday evening as life has become disrupted due to the heavy rain.

After the heavy rains last night, waterlogging occurred in many places including Hosakerehalli area being the most affected.

Videos recorded by local residents show a car floating in Gurudutta Layout near Hosakerehalli alongside Vrishabhavathi drain during rains. Vehicles in the basement of some apartments and houses in the low-lying areas were submerged.

Traffic was disrupted on Mysuru Road, Silk Board junction, Hosur road, Bannerghatta road, Basavanagudi, Nayandahalli, RR Nagar, BG Road, and other roads.

Chief Minister of Karnataka BS Yediyurappa has directed BBMP Commissioner Manjunath Prasad to visit the rain hit areas and watch the situation.

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Earlier on Thursday, CM BS Yediyurappa visited the flood-affected areas in North Karnataka. He said that the flood situation this year was more severe than in the previous year and the Centre has been made aware of it.

The Chief Minister added that the state has no shortage of funds and the affected families have already been given financial assistance of Rs 10,000.

Apart from this, more compensation will be given this time as per last year's compensation.