Parts Of Bengaluru Drinks Unpurified Water From Froth-Filled Bellandur | Read
PUBLISHED ON: April 11, 2017 | Duration: 2 min, 56 sec
With the supply from Cauvery drying up, large parts of Bengaluru have become dependent private water tankers. An NDTV investigation found the tankers - which charge between Rs. 700 and Rs. 1,500 for a single trip - are drawing water from some of the most polluted lakes in the city - including Bellandur, which is perpetually in the news for its pollution-generated fires and froth.