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PM Modi arrives in Kolkata, to take stock of post-cyclone situation in West Bengal

IndiaTimes Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
According to official sources, Banerjee will be first holding a short meeting with the prime minister, during which she would brief him about the ground situation. "Later they would leave on a chopper for the aerial survey," an official said. The two leaders are also scheduled to hold review meeting on the post-cyclone situation
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News video: Cyclone Amphan: PM Modi leaves for WB to take stock of situation

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 22 left from Delhi for West Bengal to take stock of the situation in the wake of cyclone Amphan. He will conduct aerial surveys and take part in review meetings later today. PM Modi will also visit Odisha later today. Cyclone has left 72 people dead and thousands...

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