Amphan Cyclone Affected In Kharagpur

Amphan Cyclone Affected In Kharagpur

There was no widespread impact of the storm in Kharagpur, Medinipur and Jhargram cities due to landfall shortage of typhoon on Digha beach, though there were reports of falling trees and uprooting of electric poles in many rural areas of these districts.
Various areas of Kharagpur city have suffered damage due to the storm, electric poles have been uprooted and trees have fallen, due to heavy rain and strong winds, there was no electricity in all areas of the city due to which people got to see a lot of trouble. Found, which came late in the night which kept the city dark. From the administration, arrangements were made for people to stay and drink in nearby schools in all areas, in which Arya Vidyapith, Hindi Vidyalaya, Silver Jubilee, Andhra School, Traffic School, Talbagicha High School, Maitribhaban, Priyonath Institute, Kharida Milan Mandir & Ayma School Were kept.
West Bengal reported 72 deaths -- including 14 in capital Kolkata. In Bangladesh, the official death toll was 12. The death toll was far lower than the many thousands killed in previous cyclones, Improved weather forecasting meant Bangladesh was able to move some 2.4 million people into shelters or out of the storm's direct path, while India evacuated some 650,000.

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