In a video that was shared on social media, a crocodile was noticed on the roof of a house in flood-affected Raybag taluk in Belgaum that created panic among residents. The crocodile was noticed on Sunday and it loose from the realm before the forest officials may reach the spot. The onlookers threw stones to urge the animal off the roof.
Karnataka has been struggling with heavy floods and downpour that claimed over forty lives. in line with state State Natural Disaster observation Centre (KSNDMC), over fourteen people ar missing since quarter day. The state disaster observation centre has additionally said that five, 81,702 people are exhausted from the flood-hit areas.
On Monday, Union Home Minister Amit shah who was briefed by Chief Minister bs Yediyurappa undertook AN aerial survey of flood-affected areas of Karnataka. Rescue and relief operations are underway within the state and Belgaum district.