Karnataka Bangalore News September 23, 24 Highlights: At least three workers of a Chemical factory in Attibele in Karnataka were injured following a chemical boiler blast on Friday evening. The incident is reported in Attibele Industrial Area in the southeastern part of Bengaluru. Fire tenders have been rushed to the spot. “Three factory workers injured in the blast, while one has sustained serious injuries have been shifted to a local hospital. The investigation is on to find the exact reason for the explosion,” said Superintendent of Police, Bengaluru Rural, Kona Vamsi Krishna.
Karnataka Friday reported 789 new covid cases and 23 deaths today, a media bulletin said. The state currently has 13,306 active cases. Bengaluru Urban reported the highest number of covid cases with 281 fresh positive cases among districts, followed by Dakshina Kannada (108).
In another news, The Karnataka Assembly on Thursday passed the Karnataka Appropriation Bill, 2021 pertaining to an estimated supplementary budget of Rs 10,265.33 crore. The supplementary budget is towards defraying several charges that will come in the course of payment during the financial year 2021-22.
The bill authorises payment and appropriation of certain further sums from the consolidated fund of Karnataka for services of the current fiscal.