Clouds around Jharkhand and heavy rain and winds blowing at 195 kmph are part of super cyclone Mocha in the coastlines of Bangladesh and Myanmar on Sunday.
PTI report states that cyclone Mocha has intensified into the equivalent of a category-five storm in Bangladesh and Myanmar.
“The powerful cyclone is bringing heavy rain and winds of up to 195 kmph, which could see dangerous flooding in areas around the Bay of Bengal”, said the PTI report.
“Storm surges of up to four metres could swamp villages in low-lying areas. There are fears it may hit the world's largest refugee camp, Cox's Bazar, where over one million displaced Muslim Rohingya refugees live in makeshift camps.”