Voters in these constituencies will teach them a lesson in the elections, he added, hitting out at BJP MPs from Karnataka for not asking the Centre to come to the aid of flood-affected people.
State facing twin problems of Covid and rain damage, total loss put at Rs 9,952 crore: BSY
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Friday digitally released Rs 36.57 crore towards input subsidy for 51,810 farmers who lost their crop in floods earlier this year.
He said he had requested Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa to depute ministers, and would write to him again to take up the issue seriously.
As per the initiative, the company will provide free-of-cost road-side assistance for as well as give 50 per cent discount on depreciation amount on insurance claims of flood-affected vehicles.
After a short breather, heavy rainfall has returned to parts of Karnataka, causing large-scale damage to life and property.
The intensity of the rain increased on Sunday morning, bringing vehicular movement to a grinding halt in Kalsanka, Kaup, Kodavoor, Pernankila, Alevoor and some areas in Manipal.
Water Resources minister Ramesh Jarkiholi said that a long-term plan to remove structures along rivers is being made and trees will be planted to prevent erosion.
Belagavi district has the highest number of 14 taluks that have been declared flood affected, while the least is in Chamarajanagara and Mandya with one taluk each.
The six-member inter-ministerial Central team has completed its study tour of the flood-hit areas in the State.
The team will tour the State till Wednesday and make their own assessment.
Six bureaucrats will meet BSY, Ashoka before surveying disaster-hit districts
We had written a letter to the Central government to send a team to assess the damage. A team of six will arrive on September 7,” he said.
A team of senior officers from the Central Government will visit flood-hit areas in the State to assess the damage caused by heavy rains and floods.