Cyclone Touktae transformed, teams of NDRF deployed !

Cyclone Touktae transformed- The ‘talking’ of a powerful storm is powerful. The Prime Minister has instructed senior officials to take all possible measures to evict people.
Hurricane Tauktae: A pressure point in the southeast and junction with the eastern Arabian Sea has now become a ‘Taukate’ storm. Heavy rains have begun along the coastal areas of Kerala, Goa and Mumbai. Cyclone Toukte transformed It continues along the coast of Gujarat and in the Union Territory of the coast of Dadra-Nagar Haveli. Rain is expected in the Maharashtra capital at noon. Goa and the Sindhudurg and Ratnagiri regions will be heavily affected by the rains and strong winds. The wind speed will be about 60 to 70 km per hour.

The IMD has released the ‘Orange Alert’, meaning that the heaviest rains are likely to occur throughout Konkan and the hilly areas of West Maharashtra, especially in Kolhapur and Satara on Sunday and Monday. Cyclone Toukte transformed.

The IMD said there was an opportunity to move north-west and cross the Gujarat coast between Porbandar and Naliya on the afternoon of May 18. On May 17, strong winds and heavy rains will occur in parts of the North Konkan including Mumbai.

The Indian Air Force, Navy and National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) ready to deal with hurricane towers are preparing to sail with hurricane towers. It is likely that there will be ‘heavy rain’ on the west coast of the country in the next few days due to the storm. All flights scheduled for Agatti Airport in Lakshadweep have been suspended due to heavy rain predictions until 10am on Sunday. The Air Force has kept 16 transport planes and 18 helicopters ready to operate in coastal areas. The IL-76 aircraft carried 127 crew and 11 tons of cargo from Batinda to Jamnagar.

The Air Force also said two C-130 planes flew 25 crew and 12.3 tons of cargo from Butinda to Rajkot. Two C-130 planes flew 126 crew and 14 tons of cargo from Bhubaneswar to Jamnagar. In addition to Kovid’s ongoing relief work, hurricane relief work is also under way. Cyclone Touktae transformed.

The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has increased its number of teams from 53 to 100 with the aftermath of hurricane ‘Taukate’ from 53 to 100. There are 47 staff members in each team and in this way, there are 4,700 relief workers and rescuers in 100 teams. The teams are scheduled to be sent to the coastal areas of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra. The 53 teams are fully prepared for the cyclonic storm on the Arabian Sea.

In Gujarat, these groups are still distributed in the districts of Gir Somnath, Amreli, Porbandar, Dwarka, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Kutch, Morbi, Surat, Gandhinagar, Valsad, Bhavnagar, Navsari, Bharuch and Junagadh. A team is sent to Kerala, nine in Tamil Nadu, four in Maharashtra, three in Karnataka and one in Goa.

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