He took the election marketing campaign by storm, this time he made his debut subsequent to the individuals devastated by the storm – The Instances of Bengal

#Kolkata: After the cyclone Yaas hit the coastal areas of Bengal, the Hugli River embankment in Diamond Harbor has damaged and flooded a big space because of the rising water degree. Final Wednesday afternoon, Abhishek Banerjee, an MP from Diamond Harbor and All India President of the Youth Trinamool Congress, visited the devastated areas alongside the Hooghly River. Along with visiting the Behal River Dam, he additionally visited flood facilities and reduction camps. This time, Abhishek goes to go to different devastated areas of North and South 24 Parganas.

In keeping with the Trinamool Congress, Abhishek will go to numerous areas in South 24 Parganas and North 24 Parganas on Wednesday, June 2. He’ll meet the affected individuals from Sagar to a number of locations in Hingalganj.

By the way, as a consequence of Yas, the dam of Hooghly River overflowed and flooded a big space of ​​Shrifalberia in Nurpur of Block No. 1 of the municipality and Block of Diamond Harbor-2. A number of mud homes collapsed. Nevertheless, the residents had been rescued earlier and brought to the reduction camp. Abhishek, an MP from Diamond Harbor, visited the Behal Dam space of ​​Hooghly River in Diamond Harbor on Wednesday afternoon. He then inspected 5 reduction camps, together with the native Fakirchand Faculty, Diamond Harbor Excessive Faculty, and Nurpur Haimadrasa, and spoke to the individuals who had taken refuge. The MP additionally directed to restore the dam rapidly.

Earlier than Yas hit, nevertheless, there was a robust tidal wave in Sagardwip of South 24 Parganas. One village after one other broke the ocean dam continues to be beneath water. The water of Mani river flowed into Raydighi. Govardhanpur of Kakdwip was additionally submerged. By the way, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has already visited Sagar, Hingalganj and Digha. He additionally instructed the celebration leaders to remain of their respective locations.

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