Cyclone Sitrang wreaks havoc in Assam, many houses damaged

Assam: The hazard of Cyclone Sitrang seems to be increasing rapidly and steadily. In fact, cyclone Sitrang, which formed in the Bay of Bengal, is taking a terrible form day by day and due to this, about five people have died so far. With this, it is being said that now an alert has also been issued in Assam, India regarding this cyclone. In fact, according to a report coming out, an alert has been issued about Cyclone Sitrang in Nagaon, Assam.

Not only this, but the city has also suffered a lot due to rain. Due to the rains here, many houses in the city have been damaged and trees have also fallen. Apart from this, roads have been waterlogged after rains in Guwahati. Let us also tell you that according to the latest reports, Cyclone Sitrang weakened in the northeastern states during the ravine.

Simultaneously, amid the alert issued for Cyclone Sitrang in West Bengal, the tides on the banks of Bakkhali sea in South 24 Parganas, Santu Das said, 'We are warning tourists and local people not to go near the sea.' Let us also tell you that before the storm came, more than two lakh people were evacuated to safer places in Bangladesh on Monday. Many people also died due to this cyclone in Bangladesh on the previous day.

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