Even as the decreased concentration of rain in the region stimulated relief and rescue actions in the regions of north Karnataka, the overall flood condition proceeds to be yet severe.
B.S. Yediyurappa, Chief Minister of Karnataka states losses are above ₹6000 crore in Karnataka as per primary calculations. The State Government Employees Association has chosen to grant ₹150 crore for support work.
On August 10, Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Finance Minister reached the officers in Belagavi to analyse flood -relief activity. She will leave for Bagalkot following for an elevated examination.
Former chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy also visited Belagavi to tour flood-hit regions.
Rescue and relief services by the NDRF, SDRF, Army, Navy, and Fire and Emergency Services, including with volunteers, have continued in the districts, following in rescue and departure of close to 1,500 people hit by the raised water level.