Cauvery fallout: Lack of cross-border transport increase worker’s woes

BENGALURU | CHENNAI: Thousands of employees working in the industrial suburbs of the Electronics City and Bommanahalli and on other campuses such as Narayana Hrudayalaya in Bengaluru are struggling without interstate public transport regardless of statements of normality by government authorities.

An estimated 15,000 people working in Bengaluru’s industrial suburbs live in Hosur and its suburbs because either they have home there or for reasons of living expenses. Electronics City alone employs 1.5 lakh people across segments. “The situation at the Attibele border appears as tense as it is at the India-Pakistan border,” said an IT professional working in the Electronics City .


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