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Trees uprooted due to heavy rains and storm in West Bengal, one dead

The cyclonic storm which caused strong winds and heavy rains in the coastal areas of Odisha and West Bengal is now showing its effect in Kolkata.  Strong winds and heavy rains continue due to this cyclone in Kolkata.  Due to thi…




The cyclonic storm which caused strong winds and heavy rains in the coastal areas of Odisha and West Bengal is now showing its effect in Kolkata.  Strong winds and heavy rains continue due to this cyclone in Kolkata.  Due to this powerful storm, there are also reports of trees falling in many places in the state, road connectivity has been broken in many places.  According to the news agency language, so far the death of one person in the state has also been reported from the fall of the tree.

 The Meteorological Department has informed that this storm will cross the Sundarbans delta through Sagar Island (West Bengal) and Khepupara (Bangladesh) towards north-eastern India.  The Meteorological Department has classified this cyclone as 'severe' for the next three hours.  After this, it is predicted to weaken.  Due to 'Bulbul', the operation of Kolkata airport has also been banned for 12 hours.  This stop will continue till 6 in the morning (Sunday).

Some people of West Bengal have uploaded some videos of this terrible storm on social media twitter.  It can be clearly seen in the video that strong winds and heavy rains continue in many places in the state.  All disaster management agencies are on alert to deal with 'bulbul' across the state.  Chief Minister of the state

 Mamta Banerjee is personally monitoring the storm situation and relief operations with top officials.  Officials said one person died at a club in the city after a tree fell.  Kolkata Municipal Corporation is vigilantly equipped with high-power pumps for the drainage of water in the low-lying areas of the city.

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