PM Narendra Modi on Friday declared a prompt propelled alleviation of Rs 1,000 crore for West Bengal after he held an ethereal study to asses the demolition brought about by Cyclone Amphan which guaranteed 72 lives.
Upon his landing in Kolkata air terminal, Modi was gotten by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, following which the trio held an aeronautical audit of the influenced territories and an ensuing gathering to examine alleviation measures.
Specialists and salvage groups, in the interim, proceeded with their reclamation work across locale, particularly in the capital city Kolkata and in the south, zones that have been most noticeably terrible hit by the cyclonic tempest.
The violent wind, which debilitated into a downturn on Friday, was additionally decreased to an all around stamped low weight zone over North Bangladesh and the neighboring region.
“It is very likely to continue to move north-northeastwards and weaken further into a low pressure area during next 12 hours,” the Indian Meterological Department (IMD) has said. The cyclone hit Bengal and Odisha at a time when it is already struggling to fight the transmission of the novel coronavirus.