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Saturday, November 9, 2019

Cyclone Bulbul is Ready to Hit Bangladesh in any time


Cyclone Bulbul is Ready to Hit Bangladesh in any time 

  • More Than 1 lac Peoples is evacuated From the Coastal areas of Bangladesh.
  • Bulbul also affect India In the coastal Part of  West Bengal
  • This Cyclone make heavy losses in India And Bangladesh .
  • All the Schools And Organisations are closed nearer to the Coastal area or near to cyclone affected area .

In Bangladesh the goverment authorities is moving 100,000 Local  Peoples From Coastal area as before Bulbul cyclone hit the country.

The storm - which is due to make landfall on Saturday  evening local time - is expected to unleash surges as high as 7ft (two metres) .

A dozen low-lying coastal districts are said to be in its path.

A number of sea ports, including Mongla and Chittagong, have been placed on high alert.

Bulbul is expected to make landfall near the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forest and home to the endangered Bengal tigers.

It is set to reach wind speeds of up to 120km/h (75mph), with gusts of 150km/h, and create tidal surges in the sea and rivers when it hits the coastal regions, says the Bangladesh Meteorological Department.

Thousands of volunteers will go door to door to alert people about the storm.

Hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones: What's the difference?
Bangladesh profile
Cyclones have often hit Bangladesh in the past, killing thousands of people, but the country has successfully reduced the number of casualties in recent years by being better prepared.

Early cyclone warning systems have improved, giving authorities more time to evacuate people. Cyclone shelters have been built over recent years.the safety of peoples is more important than anything .

Local authorities have ordered school buildings and mosques to be used as shelters in addition to dedicated shelters, the Associated Press news agency reports.

The Bangladeshi goverment is closed all the schools and all the goverment organistaion which is nearer to coastal area or chance to come in the cyclone affected area in future , before cyclone hits the country .

The storm - which is due to make landfall on Saturday  evening local time - is expected to unleash surges as high as 7ft (two metres) .

A dozen low-lying coastal districts are said to be in its path.

A number of sea ports, including Mongla and Chittagong, have been placed on high alert.

Bulbul is expected to make landfall near the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forest and home to the endangered Bengal tigers.

It is set to reach wind speeds of up to 120km/h (75mph), with gusts of 150km/h, and create tidal surges in the sea and rivers when it hits the coastal regions, says the Bangladesh Meteorological Department.

Thousands of volunteers will go door to door to alert people about the storm.

Hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones: What's the difference?
Bangladesh profile
Cyclones have often hit Bangladesh in the past, killing thousands of people, but the country has successfully reduced the number of casualties in recent years by being better prepared.

Early cyclone warning systems have improved, giving authorities more time to evacuate people. Cyclone shelters have been built over recent years.the safety of peoples is more important than anything .

Local authorities have ordered school buildings and mosques to be used as shelters in addition to dedicated shelters, the Associated Press news agency reports.

The Bangladeshi goverment is closed all the schools and all the goverment organistaion which is nearer to coastal area or chance to come in the cyclone affected area in future , before cyclone hits the country .

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