Dhaka: The authorities in Bangladesh have issued directives for the mandatory evacuation of a substantial number of individuals residing in coastal regions, owing to the imminent threat posed by an extremely perilous storm.
Multiple international media outlets have reported that a high-level state of alert has been declared throughout the nation due to the dangerous storm in Bangladesh and its potential for causing widespread devastation.
Cyclone Mocha, one of the most formidable cyclones to strike Bangladesh in nearly twenty years, is anticipated to make landfall close to the Bangladesh-Myanmar border on Sunday. This impending event has been identified as a significant hazard to the world’s largest Rohingya refugee camp, as emphasized by officials.
In light of this critical situation, a representative from the Disaster Management Ministry of Bangladesh has affirmed that comprehensive instructions have been disseminated for the evacuation of millions of individuals residing along the southeastern coast.
Concurrently, the latest special weather bulletin issued by the Meteorological Department has called for the hoisting of ‘major danger signal number 8’ at the seaports of Chittogram and Cox’s Bazar in the southeastern region