The India Today news magazine reported, citing local officials, that at least 12 people had been killed in Odisha, adding that restoration and relief work was underway across 10,000 settlements and urban areas.
#cyclonefani— Dattatraya (@dattatraye) 4 мая 2019 г.
The most powerful cyclone fani reported is carrying full power of wind and rainfall so all residents are expected to take care of them and their families and residents. 🙏🌩🌧 pic.twitter.com/Ph5net6Jit
Meanwhile, the Dhaka Tribune newspaper said that at least 14 people had been killed across eight Bangladeshi districts, while Fani had also destroyed hundreds of houses and trees.
Over 1 million people across Odisha were evacuated and relocated to camps for temporary staying because of the devastating cyclone. Over 220 trains were canceled, and several airports located in major cities across the area will remain closed until the end of the week. Numerous educational and state institutions were closed, as well as several sea ports.
This is horrible.— Tabarak Muhammed (@tabarak_Ckm) 3 мая 2019 г.
Cyclone fani lashes India around 1.2 million people's were evacuated from low lying areas of odisha.strome wind n rain speed 120 km per hour. May people be safe. But Godi n communal media n bhakts team busy in election focus of again reelect modi #CycloneFani pic.twitter.com/4bE6cmvwcS
Experts have qualified Fani as one of the most powerful cyclones that India saw over the past 20 years. It has currently calmed down and has been downgraded to "very powerful" from "extremely powerful."