On Twitter, a video of a person swimming within the living room of his villa inside the posh Epsilon neighbourhood has long gone viral.
No one was spared through the catastrophic Bengaluru floods, no longer the impoverished residing of their huts nor the wealthy CEOs living of their opulent homes. High-give up property citizens remained trapped for the fourth consecutive day on Thursday. The Bengaluru civic frame changed into blamed for no longer being organized while heavy rain induced floods within the IT city almost drowning flats and villas, a number of which cost up to numerous crores apiece.
A video of a person swimming within the residing room of his villa within the upscale neighbourhood of Epsilon has gone viral on social media.
In the video, the person can be visible swimming on the ground ground of his house, and several other family gadgets are floating together with him.
Epsilon, the luxurious neighbourhood in Bengaluru, is domestic to effective human beings and billionaires like Wipro Chairman Rishad Premji and Britannia CEO Varun Berry.
Some billionaires from modern-day startups, like Byju’s Raveendran and Big Basket co-founder Abhinay Choudhari additionally stay inside the same locality. Ashok Genomal, MD of Page Industries (Jockey), is one of the one hundred fifty humans that reside there.
But nature sees us all as equal, and overnight, Epsilon went from being a Utopia of the Rich to nothing less than a drowned land – to the point where the population needed to be evacuated in boats.
The wealthy residents of the metropolis and the kingdom’s multi-million greenback houses are actually without power or water as a result of Sunday night time’s torrential rain.
Another video of flooded Epsilon that suggests first responders pointing to submerged and floating German and Italian automobiles has been making the rounds on social media.
By Tuesday morning, the fireplace and rescue offerings had efficaciously rescued and evacuated all the stranded families at Epsilon.
The majority of them have relocated to rented houses or to the residences in their pals or circle of relatives.