The victim was identified as Purnachandra Sahoo who had returned from Bangalore, and hails from Mahulia village.
Due to the lockdown imposed since March 25th, many fishermen had stopped fishing, said Basant Dash, Joint Director, Marine Fisheries Department.
Around 40 media-persons were present at the workshop.
Amar Behera, 32, was working as a binder in a construction company in Mumbai.
“We are delighted that the actor arranged a flight for us from Kochi to Bhubaneswar.
These workers, who had joined construction companies in Imphal, have been stranded since the lockdown as all work was halted.
Amphan struck the fishing sector hard as large tracks of prawn farms were damaged,” he added.
117 cyclone shelters apart from many buildings are now ready to shelter the people.
The government has also issued a warning to people against visiting the seaside to avoid any dangerous occurrence.
The worker used to work in a plywood company at Yamuna Nagar.