Mangaluru: Heavy rains force eel to flooded street in city

Daijiworld Media Network -Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Jul 1: After heavy rains created artificial flood in the city on June 30, an Eel (Mari Mugudu) was found on the road in front of the First Neuro Hospital in Padil.

Later locals rescued the fish and freed it to the stream. The public said that due to a flood-like situation aquatic creatures like fish, snakes and others entered houses and roads.

As heavy rains lashed on Thursday in city, in several parts of the Dakshina Kannada, the day had turned chaotic.

In the morning, the Rajakaluve swelled in Kottara, Jeppina Mogaru, Yekkuru, and other places.

Vehicular movement was disrupted for a few hours on the National Highway at Kannur, Kottara, and connecting roads Malemar, Adyar, and other places. As the water level on the roads came down vehicular movements resumed.



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  • cha draka th, mangalore

    Fri, Jul 01 2022

    all the resident have to give special thank to shashidhar hedge corporate of kottara for staying the drainage work of national highway which had foolproof drainage plan for this water locking near karawali college but this great man has stopped this work and never allowed them to complete their work .why the DC sir make enquiry of this scam

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