PM Arrives West Bengal in Cyclone

PM Arrives West Bengal in Cyclone

PM Arrives West Bengal in Cyclone

prime minister Narendra Modi landed in Kolkata shortly before 11:00 a.m. to take stock of the ground situation in the wake of cyclone amphan and conduct aerial service in West Bengal and Odisha.

Cyclone amphan was the worst into 183 years has killed 72 people. Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee and governor jagdeep dhankar received him at the airport. governor dhankar will fly with PM Modi and Ms. Banerjee on the aerial survey in the state all three, the prime minister the chief minister, and governor Jagdeep in the face marks.

The cyclone swept through the several parts of Bengal including capital Kolkata on Wednesday leaving behind a trail of destruction with thousands of homes damaged and trees and electric poles uprooted.

This is PM’s first travel outside the city is nearly after three months as he remained in Delhi because of the national by wide lockdown associated by the coniferous pandemic PM Modi had last travel to Chitrakoot in Uttar Pradesh on February 29.

It is after 83 days that the prime minister will be stepping out of the capital to Bengal and Odisha MS Banerjee had asked the prime minister to visit the state and inspect the damage which she said will be given rupees 1 lakh crore.

PM Modi in the series to its on Thursday set the entire country stands with Bengal and no stone will be left unturned to help those affected have been saying. West Bengal on the devastation caused by cyclone and pain in the challenging our the entire nation stands in solitary with West Bengal praying for well being of the people of the state efforts are on to answer normally see the prime minister tweeted PM Modi along with Mamta Banerjee and the governor will take the aerial survey in a helicopter in South Bengal, which has been devastated by the cyclone and finds the prime minister the chief minister and the governor will stop over a circuit in North 24 Parganas for a meeting.

Before returning to Kolkata the cyclone also caused by display device station in Odisha damaging power and telecom infrastructure in several cost district official tours of the district government estimated that it has been around for 4.8 lakh people in the state.

Unnati Tiwari

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