Bengaluru- Information technology companies have written to the Chief Minister saying that they will be forced to evacuate from Bengaluru if the monsoon problems are not resolved. Due to heavy rains in Bengaluru on the 30th of last month, water entered inside the IT companies on the outer ring road. Employees had to be stuck in traffic jams for hours. Information technology companies say that they incurred a loss of Rs 255 crore that day alone. They have blamed the reason for this on the lack of proper basic facilities on the outer ring road. In this situation, the chief minister Basavaraj has written a letter to Bummy on behalf of the Bangalore Outer Ring Road Information Technology Companies Association. There are many IT companies in the 17 km stretch from Madiwala’s Silk Board to KR, Puram. More than one lakh jobs have been created here. In 2019, the then Chief Minister Yeddyurappa had promised to improve the development of the outer ring road. Not done yet. Please inform us what kind of basic facilities have been provided to us. What are the measures taken to solve the traffic crisis. Long-term, temporary measures should be taken. If we do not solve our monsoon problem, we will inevitably have to move from Bangalore. Investments will have to be recovered, it says.
Bengaluru- Information technology companies have written to the Chief Minister saying that they will be forced to evacuate from Bengaluru if the monsoon problems are not resolved.
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