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Food is being distributed and aid is being sent to people in several parts of Odisha after massive destruction was caused in the state due to Cyclone Fani.
Cyclone Fani, one of the strongest storms to batter the Indian subcontinent in decades, has weakened into a "cyclonic storm leaving no more major threat" for West Bengal on Saturday, May 4.
Cyclone Fani, which has been classified as an extremely severe cyclone (ESC), made its landfall near Puri around 8 am on 3rd May 2019.
The flag atop Lord Jagannath temple in Puri was snapped off due to heavy winds on 2nd May. This is widely considered to be inauspicious across Odisha.
At least one million people have been evacuated in the last 24 hours from the vulnerable districts in Odisha.
Just a few hours ago, Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik announced that his government has been preparing to face the storm and is evacuating people from damage-prone places.
The chief minister held a meeting with telecom service providers who assured to provide uninterrupted telecom service during and after the cyclone.
Cyclone Fani is moving from the Bay of Bengal to India's east coast. Heavy winds are causing damage in Vishakhapatnam.
Coastal areas in Odisha are on high alert as Cyclone Fani is likely to hit the coastline by May 3.