Amaravati: Revenue Minister R. Ashok has warned that the illegally constructed buildings in Bengaluru will be removed like the Twin Towers in Noida were demolished. Bengaluru city was completely submerged due to recent heavy rains; IT workers had to go to offices on tractors. In this context, Brihat Bengaluru Metropolitan Corporation took action on Tuesday. The process of demolition of illegal structures built to prevent flood water from flowing in the city has been undertaken. Along with Shantiniketana layout within Mahadevepura zone, it has taken up the removal of irregularities in many areas.”Directions were issued to the Deputy Commissioner that if they do not have proper documents, they will not be left behind, we have told them to remove them regardless of whether they are big or small, many IT companies have taken up illegal constructions, and we have prepared a list of about 30 companies and ordered them to remove them. The minister said that illegal constructions will be cleared in the city by the coming rainy season. He said that when the rain stopped, the previous governments played dramas without removing the irregularities. Officials of Greater Bangalore Metropolitan Corporation said that the government has ordered that no one should be left behind the illegal constructions. Some victims have alleged that instead of demolishing the illegal constructions undertaken by the rich, they are demolishing the houses of the poor. Encroachment builders are alleging that they are removing structures without proper scientific survey and prior notice.