Cyclone Remal wreaked havoc in Bengal
Cyclone Remal wreaked havoc in Bengal

West Bengal‘s coastal areas are beginning to feel the effects of cyclonic storm Remal. In the coastal regions of Bangladesh and the neighboring West Bengal, the process of landslides has begun. The cyclonic storm’s top sea level speed during this period was measured at 135 km/h.

West Bengal is experiencing a great deal of damage as a result of it. Different parts of Birbhum, East Burdwan, Nadia, East Medinipur, Bankura, South 24 Parganas, North 24 Parganas, Kolkata, and Bidhannagar are seeing its effects. Here, it’s starting to rain heavily.

This morning, the Indian Coast Guard kept an eye on South 24 Parganas, West Bengal, with the disaster response team. Last night, Cyclone Remal caused chaos in North 24 Parganas. Following intense rains, waterlogging was observed in many areas of Kolkata. This could continue for a few hours. IMD has provided this data.

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Speaking about the effect of Cyclone ‘Remal’ on trains, CPRO Kaushik Mitra of Eastern Railway states, ‘Fortunately, the cyclone had no effect on the trains. Since last night, the Howrah, Asansol, and Malda divisions have been operating as usual. There are no canceled trains. Although our authorities worked through the night to resolve several issues in the Sealdah division, restoration work is now underway.”

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