On Bengaluru Encroachers' List, Wipro, Prestige And Other Big Names | Read

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High-profile builders, developers and tech parks are among the list of alleged encroachers who closed up around 700 storm water drains in Bengaluru that led to last week's flood in parts of the city. The list includes Wipro, Prestige, Eco Space, Bagmane Tech Park, Columbia Asia Hospital and Divyashree Villas, found NDTV, which has accessed the list of encroachments by high-profile names. It also appears that while demolitions are on in full swing for common man's properties, behemoth companies are yet to be touched.

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