Dhaka: Bangladesh Friday gave the peril alert over violent wind “Bulbul” that is going towards its coastlines. An extraordinary release of Bangladesh Meteorological Department Friday at 6 p. m. neighborhood time said the twister was presently remaining at 495 km southwest of Bangladesh’s Mongla port in southern Khulna locale and 620 km southwest of Chattogram port in southeastern Bangladesh.
Ayesha Khatun, a senior meteorologist, told columnists Friday night that climate forecasters were approached to lift risk signal No. 6 for Chattogram and Cox’s Bazar, a shoreline city in southeast Bangladesh and sign No. 7 for Mongla seaport in southwest Bangladesh.
All the angling pontoons, trawlers and sea vessels have been encouraged to stay in cover till further see, reports Xinhua news office. Television reports said southern and southeastern seaside regions have been encountering breezy breezes from Friday morning as the typhoon was drawing nearer.
TV film indicated Friday evening across the board flooding in beach front zones of Khulna and Chattogram and different areas where a huge number of individuals have apparently been emptied from their homes.
Declarations were being made in amplifiers in the waterfront locale and warnings were brought up in misfortune inclined territories. Urban communities including capital Dhaka are encountering sprinkle and breezy wind on Friday evening as an effect of the propelling typhoon.
Tornado and violent winds are normal events in Bangladesh. Twister Aila, which hit Bangladesh’s southwestern coast in May 2009, left at any rate 179 individuals dead and more than 3 million influenced, with a financial loss of 18.85 billion taka.
In 2007, Cyclone Sidr hit the nation’s southwestern beach front belt, leaving in excess of 4,000 individuals dead or missing.