West Bengal seeks Army’s help to restore essential services hit by cyclone ‘Amphan’

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West Bengal seeks Army’s help to restore essential services hit by cyclone ‘Amphan’


A waterlogged street after heavy rainfall accompanied by the super cyclone Amphan, in Hooghly on Saturday. (AN…Read More

KOLKATA: The West Bengal government on Saturday sought support of the Indian Army, railways and port for restoring essential infrastructure and services in the cyclone-ravaged areas of the state.
It also urged private entities to provide manpower and equipment for the purpose.
In a series of tweets, the Home Department said that the state government has mobilised maximum strength in a unified command mode for immediate restoration of essential infrastructure and services.
“Army support has been called for; NDRF and SDRF teams deployed; Rlys, Port & private sector too requested to supply teams and equipment (sic),” it tweeted.
It said that drinking water and drainage infrastructure is getting restored fast and the Public Health Engineering Department has been asked to supply water pouches in areas where there is a crisis.
“Generators being hired where necessary. More than a hundred teams from multiple departments and bodies working for cutting of fallen trees which is the key to restoration o

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