In Pictures: Cyclone Amphan makes landfall in India, heavy rainfall, strong wind wreak havoc

Cyclone Amphan has reached West Bengal and will continue for 4 hours, according to IMD. It’s another major disaster India is facing amid coronavirus crisis. Odisha and WB are the most affected

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Picture from Kolkata (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Kolkata (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Kolkata before Cyclone arrived (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Kolkata before Cyclone arrived (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Kolkata (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Kolkata (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
People being evacuated before the cyclone in Odisha  (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
People being evacuated before the cyclone in Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Heavy rain and strong winds in West Bengal (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Heavy rain and strong winds in West Bengal (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Photo from West Bengal near Sunderbans (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Photo from West Bengal near Sunderbans (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Pargana, WB (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Pargana, WB (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Trees uprooted during heavy storm in Puri, Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Trees uprooted during heavy storm in Puri, Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from West Bengal (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from West Bengal (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Trees uprooted during heavy rain as Cyclone Amphan made a landfall
Picture from South 24 Parganas, West Bengal (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from South 24 Parganas, West Bengal (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from North 24 Parganas, West Bengal (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from North 24 Parganas, West Bengal (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Rescue team making announcement for evacuation
Picture from Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Picture from Odisha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Phot courtesy: Twitter (@ndtv)
Phot courtesy: Twitter (@ndtv)
Heavy rain and strong winds make two wheelers over turn and trees are uprooted as the cyclone crosses Kolkata

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