Odisha Government will present Memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Amphan affected Odisha to take stock of the situation on 22 May.
He will also visit West Bengal, the Prime Minister's Office(PMO) said, which has been devastated by Extremely Severe Cyclone on 20 May.
"He will conduct aerial surveys and take part in review meetings, where aspects of relief and rehabilitation will be discussed," the PMO said in a tweet on 21 May.
Extremely Severe Cyclone Amphan has left 72 people dead and thousands homeless in West Bengal, battering several parts of the state and washing away bridges and swamping low-lying areas.
It also wreaked havoc in Odisha damaging power and telecom infrastructure in 10 coastal districts.
Amphan storm has weakened and moved to Bangladesh, the IMD said.
This will be the Prime Minister's first visit outside the national capital after coronavirus lockdown was imposed on the midnight of 24 March.
Prime Minister would first reach Kolkata in the morning and then go to Odisha in the afternoon.
In a series of tweets on Thursday, Mr.Modi said no stone will be left unturned in helping those affected by cyclone Amphan.
"Have been seeing visuals from West Bengal on the devastation caused by Cyclone Amphan," Mr.Modi tweeted.
In this challenging hour, the entire nation stands in solidarity with West Bengal, he said.
"Praying for the well-being of the people of the state, efforts are on to ensure normalcy," PM said.
National Disaster Response Force(NDRF) teams are working in the cyclone-affected parts, PM pointed out.
"Top officials are closely monitoring the situation and also working in close coordination with the West Bengal government. No stone will be left unturned in helping the affected," Mr.Modi said.
The Prime Minister said his thoughts are also with the people of Odisha as the state bravely battles the effects of the cyclone.
Mr.Modi said, officials are working on the ground to ensure all possible assistance to those affected.
"I pray that the situation normalizes at the earliest," PM wished.