Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai had on November 27 said that central share amounting to Rs 414.90 crore to West Bengal had already been released.
An estimate of Rs 23,000 crore was given to a central team which visited the three districts to review the extent of loss, but no fund had been received from the Centre.
The price rise has been blamed on the crop loss suffered by farmers due to the five-day long incessant rain and gusty wind under the impact of the cyclone.
The governor reiterated his denial of the Trinamool Congress chief's accusation that he is running a parallel government in the state.
While the untimely rains had affected paddy harvesting, fear of distress sale looms large among farmers in the district.
The State Government will submit cyclone damage assessment report to the Centre along with the demand for Central assistance for Bulbul-hit districts by end of next week.
The Centre will release cyclone assistance to the State from National Disaster Relief Fund after the team submits its report.
Mamata Banerjee expressed hope that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would keep his promise of helping the state in dealing with the relief work.
A seven-member Inter-Ministerial Central Team will be coming to Odisha on Thursday to assess the damage in cyclone Bulbul-affected districts in the State.
CM Mamata Banerjee also said that those who have enrolled their names for WB govt's crop insurance scheme would get 100% coverage for their loss.
'I have heard some local Trinamool leaders have reacted aggressively after coming to know that I am going there. These comments are unwarranted,' Supriyo said before leaving for his tour.
Supriyo, who said on Tuesday that he had been asked by PM Modi to visit the cyclone-affected areas, claimed that the agitators were activists of the ruling Trinamool Congress.
The cyclone made the landfall between West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts on the midnight of Saturday and claimed 14 lives.
The chief minister constituted a task force to oversee the relief and restoration work in three districts — East Midnapore, South 24-Parganas and North 24-Parganas.
A number of pregnant of women, who gave birth in the midst of cyclone Bulbul, have named their babies after the cyclone which brushed past the coastal district on Saturday.