Cyclone Remal

1. Cyclone Remal ravaged coastal Bangladesh, causing widespread devastation.
2. Vulnerable low-lying areas bore the brunt of destruction.
3. Power outages exacerbated the chaotic aftermath.

Kolkata, May 27: Devastation swept through the coastal regions of Bangladesh as Cyclone Remal unleashed its fury, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Low-lying areas were particularly vulnerable, with reports of power outages compounding the chaos.

The toll of human lives claimed by Cyclone Remal has tragically climbed to at least 10, underscoring the severity of the storm’s impact on Bangladesh‘s vulnerable communities.

With relentless force, Remal tore through the landscape, obliterating an estimated 30,000 homes, and the full extent of the damage is yet to be fully assessed.

Making landfall under cover of night on Sunday, Cyclone Remal unleashed ferocious winds and relentless waves, battering everything in its path.

Even as it weakened into a storm by Monday afternoon, its relentless onslaught continued to pummel the coastline with driving rain and gusting winds.

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In the aftermath, the scale of the disaster became apparent, with over 12.5 million people left without power, according to a spokesperson from the Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board.

Efforts to restore power are underway, but the task is daunting amidst the widespread devastation.

Meanwhile, neighboring West Bengal also felt the wrath of Cyclone Remal, with reports of four fatalities due to electrocution, adding to the state’s toll of six lives lost in the storm’s wake.

As communities reel from the aftermath of Cyclone Remal, the focus shifts to recovery and rebuilding efforts, amidst a landscape scarred by tragedy and loss.