A seven-member central team will arrive in West Bengal on a three-day go to to make an on-spot evaluation of the damage caused by cyclone Yaas, a senior official stated on Saturday.
The inter-ministerial team headed by SK Shahi, joint secretary in the Ministry of House Affairs, will take inventory of the state of affairs in South 24 Parganas district upon its arrival on Sunday, and Purba Medinipur the day after, he stated.
It’s scheduled to full its evaluation in three days and depart for Delhi on June 9, the official stated.
“After reaching Bengal on Sunday morning, the team will head to the affected areas of South 24 Parganas district. There, it would maintain a gathering with officers.
“On Monday, the central team will probably be visiting Digha and Mandarmani in Purba Medinipur, the place officers will give a presentation on the damage caused by Yaas,” he stated.
In accordance to authorities sources, the inter-ministerial team can also be seemingly to maintain a gathering with finance division officers throughout its three-day go to.
Cyclone Yaas struck the coastal belts of Odisha and Bengal on Might 26, dumping rain, flooding houses, and forsaking a path of destruction.