Cyclone Yaas Latest Updates: Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) will visit various areas of Odisha and West Bengal affected by Cyclone Yaas
Cyclone Yaas Latest Updates: Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) will visit various areas of Odisha and West Bengal affected by Cyclone Yaas and will also review the damage caused in both the states. According to information received from government sources, the Prime Minister will first reach Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, where he will hold a review meeting. He will then conduct an aerial survey of the affected areas of Balasore and Bhadrak in Odisha and East Midnapore districts of West Bengal. Also Read – More than 300 children were born in Odisha in the midst of a cyclonic storm, many parents named the newborns ‘Yaas’
The Prime Minister will hold a review meeting in West Bengal before returning to Delhi. Heavy rains occurred after the cyclone ‘Yas’ hit the eastern coasts of the country on Wednesday. During the cyclone, stormy winds at a speed of 145 kmph damaged many houses, flooded the fields. Four people died in the incidents related to the cyclone while more than 21 lakh people were evacuated to safe places in Odisha, West Bengal and Jharkhand. Also Read – UP Weather Report: Cyclone ‘Yas’ Impact- Heavy rain forecast in next two days in these 25 districts of UP
PM Modi to visit Odisha & WB to review the impact of #CycloneYaas tomorrow. He’ll first land in Bhubaneswar where he’ll hold a review meeting. Then he’ll proceed for an aerial survey in affected areas of Balasore, Bhadrak & Purba Medinipur. He’ll take part in review meeting in WB pic.twitter.com/Wz2aVCVozI Also Read – ‘Yas’ weakens and translates into ‘deep depression’, likely to move towards this state; Heavy rains may occur in these districts
– ANI (@ANI) May 27, 2021
Three people died in Odisha and one person in West Bengal due to the cyclone. The West Bengal government has claimed that at least one crore people have been affected due to this natural disaster. ‘Yas’ is the second cyclone to hit the shores of the country within a week after ‘Toute’.