The twister made landfall in West Bengal after 3pm and hammered into Kolkata with a fierce look. Later it hit Bangladesh coast by means of Sundarbans.
3 slaughtered as tornado Amphan hits Bangladesh coast
An older man and a 5-year-old child kicked the bucket under the falling trees in Bhola and Patuakhali.
The missing group pioneer of unit 6 of the Cyclone Preparedness Program (CPP) has been discovered dead.
Water level in streams ascends in a few seaside regions.
Twister Amphan is estimate to be the most noticeably awful tempest over the Bay of Bengal since the 1991.
Sea ports of Mongla and Payra have been encouraged to keep raised incredible peril signal no 10.
Sea ports of Chattogram and Cox's Bazar have been encouraged to keep lifted incredible peril signal 9.
All angling pontoons and trawlers over north sound and remote ocean have been encouraged to take cover quickly and will stay in cover till further notification.
Military prepared to step in post-tornado recuperation.
Government has arranged an aggregate of 14,636 sanctuary communities and shaped clinical groups with 1,757 individuals in 19 regions.
Extreme cyclonic tempest Amphan has hit the Sundarbans shore of Bangladesh coastlines on Wednesday evening subsequent to making a landfall in India's West Bengal.
Affirming the issue to The Business Standard, Met Office Director Shamsuddin Ahmed said the typhoon as of now crossing Satkhira-Khulna locale.
The twister hit the Shyamnagar and Koyra territories of Satkhira around 5pm with a breeze speed of 60-70km.
Tornado Amphan may cross Satkhira and Khulna locale today around evening time. The breeze speed may step by step drop as it goes through the beach front belt.
In the mean time, an older man has kicked the bucket after a tree fell on him in the midst of the blustery climate brought about by the cyclonic tempest Amphan in Bhola.
The person in question, Siddique Fakir, 70, was harmed in the tree-fall on Wednesday morning in Kachchapia territory of Char Fashion and capitulated to his physical issue this evening while at the same time experiencing treatment in a nearby emergency clinic.
A five-year-old child was killed on Wednesday evening after a tree fell on him while setting off to the violent wind community with his parent's at Patuakhali's Galachipa upazila.
Syed Shah Alam, 50, the missing group pioneer of unit 6 of the Cyclone Preparedness Program (CPP) was discovered dead, Deputy Commissioner of Patuakhali Matiul Alam Chowdhury disclosed to The Business Standard.
Shah Alam fell the Hafezpadar trench in Kalapara upazila of Patuakhali on Wednesday around 9am while shouting to everybody about the extraordinary peril signal.
He was with three others in a vessel and had been absent since the at that point.
The water level began ascending in various streams of Barguna, Satkhira and other beach front locale from Wednesday morning. Dikes of a few waterways have fell as of now.
Bangladesh's Met office early today prompted oceanic ports Payra and Mongla to raise incredible risk signal number 10 while Chattogram and Cox's Bazar requested to lift extraordinary sign 9.