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Cyclone Amphan 'more than a national disaster', 60% of West Bengal's population impacted: Mamata

IndiaTimes Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said it will take time to restore normalcy, with cyclone 'Amphan' having ravaged at least seven to eight districts in Bengal, and adversely impacting 60 per cent of the state's population. "This is more than a national disaster. I have not seen such devastation in my life," she added.
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