Heavy rains wreaked havoc in Bidar and Kalaburagi districts, inundating several roads and bridges and throwing life out of gear.In Bidar district, vehicular movement on Bidar- Bhalki Road was stopped by Friday morning as the stream near Kardyal villge began flowing over the road, as did Ane Halla stream at Dharajwadi in Bhalki taluk. Bridges in Dadagi, Kalawadi and Inchur were submerged. The old bridges in Sangam and Saigaon were submerged. The Thana Kushnoor- Nidoda Road and Bhalki – Humnabad Roadwas cut off as water was flowing over it.Water release from Dhanegaon dam in Maharashtra continued to flood the Kongli barrage. Crops in villages around Kongli, Hulsoor and other villages suffered crop loss. Heavy rain in the catchment areas of Manjra and Karanja rivers also added to the woes of farmers, who are yet to harvest standing crops of black gram, soya and red gram. Farmer leaders complained that heavy rain had damaged crops in Nideban, Kunte Sirsi and Jol Dabka.