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Cyclone Gulab: Bengal government engaged in dealing with cyclonic storm, red alert issued, know where it is forbidden to go

The wind speed is likely to be up to 50 kmph. At the same time, Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi has issued a red alert while issuing instructions regarding the prevention of disaster.

Cyclone Gulab: In view of the cyclonic storm Gulab, the West Bengal government is engaged in taking precautions. On Wednesday, this cyclone will reach the coastal areas of Bengal. At the same time, there is a possibility of reaching Kolkata on Tuesday and Wednesday. In such a situation, there is a possibility of heavy rain in 6 districts of Bengal for Tuesday and 12 districts for Wednesday. During this the winds will be strong. The wind speed is likely to be up to 50 kmph. At the same time, Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi has issued a red alert while issuing instructions regarding the prevention of disaster.Also Read – Cyclone Gulab: After the devastation, the cyclonic storm ‘Gulaab’ weakened, the effect will be seen on Mumbai today and tomorrow

The fishermen have been denied access to the sea after the directions of Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi were issued. At the same time, instructions have been issued to take special vigil in the coastal areas. Let us inform that during the elections in Murshidabad and Bhawanipur, there is no problem of any kind, or there is no water logging in the area, due to which the municipalities have been instructed to be alert. Monitoring is being done at Ballygunch and Mominpur stations. At the same time, special attention has been given to 24 Parganas. The police force has also been instructed to be ready. Also Read – Weather Forecast: Cyclone ‘Gulaab’ can cause huge destruction, Red Alert issued for these states

There is a danger of this cyclone in South Bengal. There is a possibility of heavy rain in South Bengal from Monday to Wednesday. Public life is likely to be disturbed due to the rain storm. At the same time, the problem of water logging in low-lying areas persists. At the same time, fishermen are prohibited from going into the sea in other areas including East Medinipur. At the same time, attention is also paid by the administration on the tourism beach. At the same time, the team of NDRF has been constituted. Also Read – Cyclone Gulab: NDRF Deploys 18 Teams in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh; Leave of government employees canceled in Bengal

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