According to reports, the downpour started around 7:30pm, a peak traffic hour as workplace-goers are on their way lower back home from paintings.
Heavy rain battered Bengaluru on Wednesday, with the downpour resulting in waterlogging on arterial roads in numerous components of the metropolis, inclusive of the ones in its IT region of Bellandur.
According to a record in NDTV, the rain started round 7:30pm, a top traffic hour as workplace-goers are on their manner again home from paintings. The document additionally said that showers had been so intense that motors have been broken in a few areas of the town.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had already issued a yellow alert, caution of heavy rain, the document also noted. The heavy rain might retain for the following three days, the weather branch had said.
Meanwhile, citizens of Bengaluru, a city already infamous for its visitors jams, took to Twitter to show what the downpour left in its wake.
Last month, the Karnataka capital become hit through unheard of floods, because of three consecutive days of rain. Even the ones living in posh areas were not spared.
Also, with 1,704mm rain this year, Bengaluru has damaged a record for the best annual rainfall in records.