"The effects are already visible and will be catastrophic unless we act now. We need everyone to join hands to ensure that we leave behind barrels of hope and prosperity."
The company's assistance is helping 'Habitat for Humanity India' provide transitional shelters, drinking water and other services for more than 120 families in South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal.
"Cyclone Amphan may not be in the news anymore, but the trail of devastation it has left is a long one," Chhetri said in a tweet from his Twitter handle.
Amphan intensified into a super cyclonic storm. It hit the Sunderbans and West Bengal coast as an extremely severe cyclonic storm on May 20.
Over 80 people died and lakhs were rendered homeless as cyclone Amphan cut a path of destruction through half-a-dozen districts of West Bengal.
With more than 1.36 crore people affected and 10.5 lakh houses damaged, the cyclone shattered and unhinged lives of many, resulting in extensive loss.
Four districts -- Balasore, Bhadrak, Kendrapara and Jagatsinghpur -- have been severely impacted by the heavy downpour and high velocity winds triggered by cyclone 'Amphan'.
The ecologically fragile Sundarban region, nestled around the world's largest mangrove forest, is home to the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger. For the residents of the area, the fight for survival with nature and wildlife is a routine affair.
"It will take some time to restore normalcy... It's a catastrophic disaster. Our officials and ministers are all working," she said.
According to official sources, Mamata Banerjee will be first holding a short meeting with the prime minister, during which she would brief Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the ground situation.
Cyclone Amphan has left 77 people dead and thousands homeless in West Bengal, battering several parts of the state and washing away bridges and swamping low-lying areas.
"It will take some time to restore electricity and telecom services in affected areas which will need the assistance of technicians, and we are ready to help them wherever required," NDRF Director General SN Pradhan said.
The extremely severe cyclone 'Amphan' has left at least 12 people dead and ravaged Kolkata and several parts of West Bengal.
The cyclone is said to be one of the worst to form over the Bay of Bengal in many years.
The evacuees were accommodated in 2,921 shelters where cooked food and other facilities were provided, he said, adding that the cyclone developed and moved as per the IMD forecast.
Last year, 1.8 million people were taken to the shelters ahead of cyclone Fani while another 2.2 million were moved to safety from the imminent dangers of cyclone Bulbul.
Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) Pradeep Kumar Jena informed that over 1.37 lakh people have been evacuated to cyclone shelters till morning and the figure may go up.
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