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 Tauktae
Tauktae cyclone, at ravishing speed of 190km/hr took over 174 lives with over 80 still missing. Making landfall on May 18, a total of 2,364 incidents of trees or branches uprooting were reported in Mumbai in a span of 24 hours. Displacing 2,00,000 people and destruction amounting to Rs. 15,000 crores, nature took its revenge with returning tonnes of garbage on Mumbai beaches that has been dumped in the oceans and seas over decades and polluting the water bodies. Nature cleaned itself on its own teaching an ironical lesson along the way hoping humans understand while there is still time.
 Yaas
It did not stop with one cyclone, while the country was still dealing with the aftermath of Tauktae, entered Yaas with speed of over 130 km/hr taking over 20 lives and displacing 8,00,000 people in West Bengal and Odisha. The destruction amounted to excess of 20,000 crores in West Bengal and 610 crores in Odisha. It made landfall on May 26 and people are still longing for basic needs such as drinking water as the infrastructure has been damaged, with floods in Sunderbans and plumbing either damaged or filled with dirt. Since, the water level is still high, the authorities are unable to initiate the repair work. Amid the pandemic, lakhs took refuge in over crowded shelters, raising concerns for the spread of Covid 19, once ‘the very severe cyclonic storm’ passes.
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