Snakes give people in Arkavathy Layout chills – the New Indian Express

Express news service

BENGALURU: Unlike many parts of Arkavathy Layout, the 19th block, comprising almost 1,000 sites in the Chalegere area, is litigation-free.

However, the complete lack of basic amenities in this setup, formed by the Bangalore Development Authority in 2006, has made daily life a struggle for residents. Add to that, snakes have become a regular feature due to overflowing drains and piled up trash.

“The threat of reptiles has become so rampant during the recent rains that a few families downstairs have spent much of the night on the patio because they feared snakes could enter their homes,” he told TNIE Vimalesh Chinnaswamy, a resident.

There are plenty of complaints. Kishore R, co-secretary of the 19th Block Arkavathy Layout Landowners and Allottees Association, said: “The main problem is the poor design of the drain to the Rajakaluve. The latter is located in an elevated location, forcing water to flow in the opposite direction when it rains, completely flooding the areas.

He also added that the newly built houses here did not have regular electrical connections and people were paying bills ranging from Rs 6,000 to Rs 7,000 per month.

Amar K, a teacher, said that whenever it rains, water floods the roads up to 2 feet and people cannot get out. BDA-Nord executive engineer G Kumar said he had already paid the BWSSB Rs 75 lakh two years ago to lay the infrastructure of Arkavathy.

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