“We don’t have electricity and water for 6 days” Locals in Kolkata suffer, amidst no administrative help from West Bengal Government
"A person who is suffering can only understand what we are going through. There has been no help from the administration," a local sighed.
Cyclone Amphan: Protest against West Bengal government continues as relief work languishes, deployment of Indian Army requested
Even after 5 days since the cyclone Amphan made a landfall with West Bengal, basic services such as water, sanitation and power are yet to restore in several areas, including neighbourhoods in Kolkata
Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh stopped from visiting cyclone-hit areas, police claims he did not have permission
The West Bengal police claimed that Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh did not have permission to travel in the region according to lockdown and disaster management rules
PM Modi announces Rs 1,000 crore ‘advance assistance’ to West Bengal in Mamata Banerjee’s presence, CM lies, says ‘no clarity’
PM Modi unequivocally announced that the central government will provide an "advance assistance" of Rs 1000 crore to the cyclone-hit West Bengal
Cyclone Amphan Vs Cyclone Aila: In 2009, when she was not ruling Bengal, Mamata Banerjee had asked centre not to give a relief package...
Mamata Banerjee had justified the opposition to the central govt assistance in 2009 by claiming that the money would be transferred to CPM cadres.
PM Modi and Mamata Banerjee conducted an aerial survey across the state.
Sorbonaash hoye gachhe: Mamata Banerjee says several districts are totally devastated as cyclone Amphan batters Odisha and WB
The cyclone has killed 12 people in West Bengal, while seven others have reportedly died in neighbouring Bangladesh. At least three people have lost their lives due to Cyclone Amphan in Odisha.
Cyclone Amphan: Over 4 lakh evacuated in Bengal, 1 lakh in Odisha as the two states brace for the landfall later today
As per the latest data released by the Indian Meteorological Department, the Cyclone Amphan is presently about 125 km away from the Odisha port city of Paradip, 240 km South of Digha and 395 km south west of Khepupara.
Cyclone Amphan to evolve into a super cyclone; Bengal, Odisha on high-alert as landfall expected on May 20
The Indian Meteorological Department today announced that Cyclone Amphan in Bay of Bengal has intensified into a super cyclone with wind speed close to 200 Kmph
The cyclone Amphan is moving over the southeast Bay of Bengal and has been turning north-northwestwards over past six hours, the IMD said.
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