Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa visited various locations of the Hiranyakeshi River basin, which has been affected by flooding since last week.
On Sunday (July 25), he visited the town of Sankeshwar in Hukkeri taluk and took heed to the flood victims.
The neighboring state of Maharashtra and the district has been affected by the heavy rains for the past week.
BSY said that fifty acres of land are made available for the permanent evacuation of houses affected by floods in the town of Sankeshwar. It has been decided to build houses for the victims.
Homes will be provided on a fifty-acre lot if victims cooperate.
For four days the torrential rain has tormented the people. Adequate relief will be made available to the affected people.
After the rain stops, the house-to-house survey will be carried out and then an appropriate solution will be provided.
Steps have been taken to provide all kinds of arrangements, including meals, at temporary care centers. People need not fear; The government is with you. Yeddyurappa promised.
Speaking on the occasion, Revenue Minister R. Ashoka said that the authorities have been instructed to distribute relief to victims and all will be compensated.
The CM then inspected the National Highway-4, which was submerged near Yamagarni village in Nippani Taluk.
DC MG Hiremath said 630 families were affected and had been provided shelter in five care centers.