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Cyclone Amphan: Death Toll rises to 86 in West Bengal

Cyclone Amphan: Death Toll rises to 86 in West Bengal

By Adnan Mahfuz Tazvir

During the COVID 19 pandemic, Cyclone Amphan has devastated Kolkata, North and South 24 Parganas, East and West Medinipur and Howrah in West Bengal.

The death toll in Cyclone Amphan has risen to 86 in the West Bengal. The number of casualties may increase further. Out of 86 people in West Bengal, 19 were from Kolkata.

The Cyclone was on Wednesday, 20 May. But on Sunday night, many areas of the city are still dark. Most of the affected areas, including Kolkata, have no water, electricity, phone, mobile phone and internet services.

Many places in Kolkata city’s still submerged under the waters. Netaji Airport of Kolkata seems like a naval port.

Thousands of trees have uprooted which closed road communications, Electric and mobile phone tower poles have broken or uprooted, which causes disruption of electricity supply and interrupts the mobile phone service.

Kolkata is still isolated from the rest of the state. All in all, the whole of Kolkata has turned into a haunted city. Work has started to activate water, electricity and telephone services on an emergency basis. The road cleaning is on.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Kolkata on Friday being invited by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He took Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee by helicopter to visit the damaged areas of West Bengal affected by Cyclone Amphan.

People are dying due to COVID 19 coronavirus pandemic continuously. AS per the WORLDOMETER live report, till date (27/05/2020) the death toll rosed at 4,346, and the number of infected people increased to 151,876 in India. During coronavirus pandemic, the Cyclone Amphan is as like to pour water on a drowned mouse to the West Bengal as well as India.

Cyclone Amphan’s destructive ledger in West Bengal
( till to date on 25/05/2020)
Peoples died86 Nos.West Bengal Administration
Affected areas21,507 sq km
Total affected persons13.6 million
Damaged houses1.5 million
People moved618 million
Relief camp5136 nos.
Group kitchen1500 nos.
Rice  Paddies field damage88,000 hac.Wikipedia
Vegetable and sesame crops200,000 hac.
Embankment damaged19.0 km.
Electic pole uprooted4000 nos.
Rice  Paddies field damage88,000 hac.
Vegetable and sesame crops200,000 hac.
Damge in Rs. ( as per CM Mamata Banerjee )Rs.1lakh crore ( 10 lakh = 1 million)

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