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Cyclone Biparjoy: The Deadly Storm that Shattered Records and Lives in the Arabian Sea

Complete Details Of Deadliest Biparjoy

Complete Details about Cyclone Biporjoy Current status India and Pakistan

Cyclone Biporjoy storm in Pakistan clone Biporjoy is a very severe cyclonic storm that formed over the Arabian Sea and moved towards the coasts of India and Pakistan in June 2023.

The name Biporjoy means "disaster" in Bengali, and was suggested by Bangladesh.The cyclone has set a record for the longest lifespan over the Arabian Sea, lasting more than 10 days.

The cyclone has caused heavy rains, strong winds, storm surges, flooding, power outages, damage to infrastructure and crops, and loss of lives and livelihoods in both countries.

Impact on Pakistan

- The cyclone made landfall near the border of India and Pakistan on Thursday evening, June 15, with wind speeds of up to 140 km/h and a storm surge of 3.5 meters.

The cyclone affected the southeastern province of Sindh, especially the megacity of Karachi, which is home to about 20 million people.

The Pakistani authorities evacuated about 82,000 people from the coastal areas and set up 75 relief camps at schools and colleges.

The cyclone also caused dust storms, reduced visibility, disrupted air and sea traffic, and endangered wildlife in the region.

Response and Recovery

The Pakistani government declared an emergency in Sindh province and mobilized the army, navy, air force, coast guard, and other agencies for rescue and relief operations.

The government also allocated Rs 10 billion (about $62 million) for immediate relief assistance to the affected people.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shehbaz Sharif visited Karachi on Friday, June 16, and expressed his solidarity with the people of Sindh.

The government also appealed for international assistance and cooperation to cope with the aftermath of the cyclone.


Cyclone Biporjoy was one of the most powerful and long-lasting storms to hit the Arabian Sea in recent history.

The cyclone caused widespread devastation and suffering in India and Pakistan, especially in the coastal areas of Gujarat and Sindh.

The cyclone also highlighted the need for better preparedness and adaptation to the impacts of climate change, which may increase the frequency and intensity of such extreme weather events in the future.

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