Cyclone Beryl’s fierce form came to the fore in Barbados, cyclone moving at a speed of 257 km, Team India forced to be confined in the hotel

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Due to the storm, strong winds are blowing and heavy rains are falling in Barbados. As a precaution, the local administration has closed all the local airports. A curfew-like situation prevails in the entire area.

The Indian team created a lot of hilarity by winning the T20 World Cup in Barbados but the team has not been able to get out of there yet. The Indian team is stuck in Barbados due to cyclone Beryl. This storm has taken a very dangerous form. Due to the storm, strong winds are blowing and heavy rains are falling in Barbados. As a precaution, the local administration has closed all the local airports. There is a curfew-like situation in the entire area. Amidst the serious situation, the Indian team is stuck in its hotel.

The winds are blowing at a speed of 257 kilometers amidst the storm Beryl. Meanwhile, the local administration has also issued a warning and appealed to the people not to go out of their homes. There is also a shortage of electricity and water due to the storm.

According to information, former Indian cricketer and coach Robin Singh is also stranded in Barbados. He has repeatedly shared some photos and videos from his friend’s hotel on his social media, which shows the condition of the storm.

According to the information, BCCI has arranged a special chartered plane to evacuate the Indian team from Barbados. This plane will take off from Barbados at 6:00 pm on Tuesday and land in Delhi.

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