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Cyclone Amfan dropped mango tree, Sourav Ganguly saved this way, see- PICS

Cyclone Amfan has caused massive destruction in West Bengal. Due to this, 72 people died and two districts have been completely destroyed. The mango tree in the house of BCCI President Sourav Ganguly also fell due to cyclone Amfan, which he reunited with some people and raised it. Sourav Ganguly has shared two pictures from his official Twitter handle. In these pictures, Ganguly is seen trying to recover the mango tree that fell in his house.

In the pictures, you can see Sourav Ganguly standing in the balcony with some people. At the same time, mango tree has fallen, due to which Sourav Ganguly is trying to make it stand again. Ganguly has shared the caption of these two pictures – “The mango tree in the house had to be lifted, pulled back and repaired. Put all his strength. ”


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Fans commented heavily on this post of Sourav Ganguly. Fans also praised Ganguly’s work.

Let us tell you that thousands of people have become homeless due to the storm Amfan. Many bridges have been destroyed and low-lying areas submerged. Traces of catastrophe can be seen clearly in Kolkata and many other parts of the state.




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