Relief to the cyclone Amphan hit people in Bengal by Modi Once More, Burnpur City Social Media Group in the leadership of Mr. Bappa Chatterjee, W.B. State Secretary, BJYM.
Super Cyclone Amphan made landfall on last Wednesday, lashing coastal areas with ferocious wind and rain.
Thousands of trees were uprooted, electricity and telephone lines brought down and houses flattened in the gales of the storm. It has claimed several lives and destroyed considerable property in West Bengal and Odisha. Three districts in West Bengal – South and North 24 Parganas and Purba Midnapore were very badly hit.
Coronavirus restrictions have been hindering emergency relief efforts. Covid-19 and social-distancing measures made more difficult, with shelters unable to be used to full capacity.
Different types philanthropic and industrial organisations reached out to thousands of people affected by Cyclone Amphan in West Bengal.
The Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Ramakrishna Mission, the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) and other NGOs have started providing cooked and dry foods to the people who have lost everything due to the cyclone that ravaged the state in the evening of May 20 and claimed at least 86 lives.
On 24/05/2020 Modi Once More, Burnpur City Social Media Group in the leadership of Mr. Bappa Chatterjee, W.B. State Secretary, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha and with the assistance of Dr. A.R. Pal of Asansol lend their helping hand to the Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Ramakrishna Mission and Udaan organization by providing dry foods and clothings to them for distributing the same to the cyclone hit people in West Bengal.
Bappa Chatterjee said that our Prime minister Mr. Narendra Modi announced “An advance assistance of 1,000 crore will be arranged by the government of India, so that the State government does not face any major hardship during these difficult times.” But it is not possible for any Govt. to manage this war like situation alone. So, all the people should lend their helping hand to assist the cyclone hit people forgetting their caste, race, religion and political identity.