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Bengaluru Water Crisis: Water crisis in IT city Bangalore: Water supply by tanker to Chief Minister's bungalow; Life collapsed

Leaders Online Desk: Bangalore, which dominates the world as the IT city of India, has experienced a severe water shortage. Water is being supplied by tankers to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's residence. Deputy Chief Minister D. K. The bore in Shivakumar's bungalow has also been shut off.

CNBC18 has said that water is currently being supplied by tankers in the city and tankers are also being supplied to the Chief Minister's residence. As many as 3 thousand borewells have dried up in Bangalore. So many companies, private organizations are in trouble.

Bangalore's water comes from two main sources: the Cauvery river, which supplies 1,450 million liters per day (MLD) of surface water, and borewells constructed by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), which supplies an additional 700 MLD of water. Distributed by Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB). The city was expected to get an additional 775 MLD from the Cauvery Stage Project, which will start in April. However, this calculation may have been skewed due to the severe lack of rainfall in the Cauvery basin. BWSSB reported a 50% reduction in water input to the city.

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