Authorities demolished another building in Bengaluru after residents reported a tilt in the structure late on October 12 night. The four-storey building at NGO Colony in Kamalanagar in the West Bengaluru.
Fire and emergency service officials were present at the spot. The police, too, were at the site. There were no casualties.
The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike said in its statement, “All the people who lived in those houses and those who lived in the surroundings were shifted elsewhere. Accommodation and food arrangements were made for such families,”
It was one among the 26 buildings listed by the municipal corporation that was to be demolished.
Out of eight families in the building, two vacated it after it was listed to be demolished. Six families were evacuated yesterday after the tilt was noticed.
Bengaluru on Monday witnessed heavy rainfall, causing a flood-like situation across the city. Heavy rain was witnessed in the city on Sunday as well which had brought down trees and flooded homes, while several roads were water logged in parts of the city.