On the one hand, India is fighting the Corona crisis. On the other hand, another major crisis is looming over the country. Yes, Hurricane Amphan Cyclone Update Live in the Bay of Bengal is moving towards the coasts of Odessa and West Bengal. PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with top officials on the Amphan Cyclone storm. The meeting discussed with both the state governments.
According to the Director-General of the Indian Meteorological Department, Mrityunjaya Mohapatra, in 12 hours it will completely turn into a super cyclone Amphan in a massive Amphan Cyclone storm. In the next 6 hours, its effects will begin to appear in coastal areas.
The epicenter of the Amphan Cyclone was 980 km from Paradip in Odisha. 130 km from Digha in South West Bengal. 1,250 km from Khepupara in the southwest and Bangladesh. It is in the southwest. Due to this effect, the wind in the southern part of the Bay of Bengal on Monday morning at a speed of 150 km per hour, 190 km in the central part. It can reach speeds per hour.
The Amphan Cyclone is likely to bring heavy rains to 24 North and South Parganas of West Bengal, Kolkata, East, and West Midnapore, Howrah, and Hooghly. In Odisha, a rain alert has been issued for Gajapati, Ganjam, Puri, Jagatsinghpur, Kendrapada, Balasore, Bhradak, Mayurbhanj, Zampura, Saharpada, and Keonzar districts. Meanwhile, the Odisha government has requested the Center not to run three-day labor trains from May 18.
Because of the Amphan Cyclone hurricane, 17 teams of NDRF have been deployed in both the states, with 10 teams deployed in West Bengal and 7 teams in Odisha. S N Pradhan, Director General, NDRF, said the teams have been sent to 7 districts in Odisha and 6 districts in Bengal. 10 teams have been put on standby, we are monitoring the situation. A 21-member team has also been deployed in Paradip.