Leading body of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly felt glad for Kolkata Police after a video of cops moving removed tree because of Cyclone Amphan became a web sensation.
The previous Indian skipper Ganguly retweeted the video cut posted by Debasmita Das (Deputy Commissioner of Police, South East Division, Kolkata) post and stated: "So pleased with kolkata police@kolkata police".
Prior on Thursday, Ganguly shared a photograph on Instagram fixing a mango tree which was removed by Cyclone Amphan in West Bengal. The typhoon made bedlam in West Bengal and Odisha on Wednesday. In excess of 70 individuals lost their lives in West Bengal because of the avalanche brought about by the violent wind.
On Friday, Ganguly posted two or three photographs on his Twitter account where he was seen lifting and fixing the removed mango tree in his patio. "The mango tree in the house must be lifted, pulled back and fixed again .. quality at its most elevated," he inscribed the post.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday said that seventy-two individuals have passed on in the state because of violent wind Amphan. "Till now, 72 individuals have kicked the bucket because of typhoon Amphan. I report a pay of Rs 2.5 lakh each to the groups of the individuals who passed on in the violent wind," she said.
It was likewise uncovered that a little private airplane that was stopped in a storage was harmed because of the violent wind Amphan, said Rajiv Bansal, Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) of Air India. The Kolkata air terminal was overflowed because of substantial downpour after typhoon Amphan made landfall in seaside locales of Odisha and West Bengal on May 20.