A deep depression which intensified into cyclonic storm Gulab over bay of Bengal will bring thunderstorm with lighting, gusty clouds, heavy rains at different places of Indian state West Bengal.
As a result, West Bengal may face another catastrophe. At this moment, the people of the state are terrified by the frown of the pair. Cyclone ‘Gulab’ can cause poisoning on the knees.
At the moment there is a cyclone ‘Gulab’ over the Bay of Bengal. Pakistan has named this cyclone as “Gulab” that means rose. The cyclone is increasing its energy by gradually accumulating water vapor.
The ‘rose’ may hit the other two Indian states Andhra-Orissa coast on Sunday. There is also a possibility of landfall.
The meteorological department fears that the effect of the pair’s depression as well as the rose will be somewhat on the state. At first it was thought that the first push of the pair depression would go out of the side of the ear of the state.
For the time being, there will be heavy rain from Tuesday even though there is a Saturday and Sunday discount this weekend. But as the cyclone ‘Gulab’ intensifies, heavy rains will hit the coastal districts of West Bengal from Sunday.
According to Meteorological Department sources, a cyclone is currently moving north-west, increasing its strength from the East and Central Bay of Bengal. An almost parallel cyclone will move towards the North Bay on Sunday.
It will rain in South Bengal from noon on Sunday due to the effect of this pair of cyclones. The city of Kolkata will receive light to moderate rains. Many parts of the state, including Kolkata, are still submerged due to continuous rains in the last few days. Most of the canals in Kolkata and its suburbs are full of water. If there is even a small amount of rain in this condition, it will be fatal.
As a result, it is certain that the city dwellers will have to spend several more days in the disaster. Calcutta Police Headquarters Lalbazar has started preparations after hearing the fear of rain again. The all-time control room is starting from 12 noon on Saturday. A total of 22 disaster response teams have been deployed across the state.
There will be three people in each team. Besides the police, there are fire brigade, Kolkata Municipal Corporation, PWD. A joint commissioner and a DC are in charge of the control room.
Many people have already died in Kolkata and suburbs due to electric wires falling into the frozen water.