#Kolkata: Kolkata, which is plagued by Coronavirus, may be swept away by Cyclone YAAS with all its might. The whole state is now looking at what happens when the week turns. In this mood, Firhad Hakim, the Minister of State and Chairman of the Board of Governors of Calcutta Municipality, got busy after returning home from the Presidency Jail. The meeting discussed the cyclone glory and the overall Corona situation.
Debashish Kumar, MLA of Rasbihari and member of the Board of Administrators, Atin Ghosh, MLA of Kashipur Belgachhia and member of the Board of Administrators and other officials were present in the meeting. Corona is the biggest issue of the present time. Therefore, the issue was discussed at the meeting. What is the rate of vaccination? How many people have died in the state today? What is the number in Kolkata or North 24 Parganas? What is the situation in some wards at the moment? Firhad Hakim wants to know everything. At the same time the furnace in the crematorium went bad. He also wants to know the condition of that reactor. He instructed to check whether the body was going in a cotton bag instead of a plastic one.
On the other hand, the favorable conditions for the formation of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal, if the cyclone hits the ‘glory’, how it will be dealt with, is also discussed. The chairman of the board of administrators of the municipality said he did not want a repeat of Amphan. There is a possibility of heavy rain. So that no water freezes in the city. Water needs to be pumped out quickly. In addition, if the tree falls in the storm to cut it everywhere, the ladder is ready, he instructed.
On the same day, the court ordered to keep the four leaders arrested in the Narad case, Firhad Hakim, Subrata Mukherjee, Madan Mitra and Shovan Chatterjee, under house arrest. Accordingly, Firhad was released from the Presidency Jail at 6.30 pm Firhad reached home in a police vehicle from Chetla police station at 6.40 pm. The transport minister got out of the police car, greeted everyone and entered the house Then he started his work.