For the second time in a week, the citizens of Bengaluru woke up to rains, although on Wednesday, the rain was accompanied by lightning and thunderstorm too.
Few areas water-logged because of the rains
The rains which started in the wee hours of the day lasted for a few hours, and considering they were heavy, a few low-lying areas of the city became the victims of water-logging.
A part of the sidewall of a storm drain in the Pattegarhpalya area of Bengaluru collapsed on Wednesday morning, following the overnight rain. The fire department, emergency services, and Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) officers reacted swiftly to the incident and later, it was revealed that no casualties were reported.
Reactions on Twitter
Nevertheless, with everyone locked down at home, the responses to the unseasonal rains turned out to be hilarious, and entertaining too. A few hours later, #BangaloreRains even started to trend on Twitter. In this article, we have curated some of the best responses from our netizens on the topic.
Waking up to this my only thought was, Thank God I don't have to go to office!#BangaloreRains pic.twitter.com/nWOuG69AHd
— Shivani Goel (@slicebrownbread) April 29, 2020
And the #BangaloreRains #monsoon2020 teaser is out…. Excited times ahead…? @BBMPCOMM is this monsoon season going to be a #repeattelecast at #koramangala ? pic.twitter.com/WM7i1OmvYV
— anish (@anishdejavu) April 29, 2020
— Ankur Shrivastava (@ankurshva) April 29, 2020
Vehicles wade through the waterlogged street in front of Koramangala Indoor Stadium, #Bengaluru.
| S K Dinesh pic.twitter.com/K9mvRZWovq
— Deccan Herald (@DeccanHerald) April 29, 2020
Morning in Bangaluru be like …
Weather has something for us to cherish in this critical time..#Lockdown2 #BangaloreRains pic.twitter.com/9As4cDnOrz
— Swapnil Pradhan (@PradhanS09) April 29, 2020
Source: Free Press Journal