Bellandur lake's toxic foam, which worsened with Monday's overnight showers, is giving residents a hard time.
Even commuters faced trouble while driving through foam. Locals fear it would cause an epidemic.
Shockingly, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah said, ''problem (foam pollution) will be solved within one or two years.''
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