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Cyclone Nivar: PM Assures Tamil Nadu, Puducherry All Possible Support – 10 Points

Cyclone Nivar: PM Modi mentioned he had spoken to the Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

New Delhi:
Cyclone Nivar might cross Tamil Nadu and Puducherry within the south-western Bay of Bengal coastal space tomorrow night, the climate workplace has predicted, warning that the deep despair has intensified right into a cyclonic storm. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a tweet, assured Tamil Nadu, Puducherry all potential assist from centre. The cyclone is more likely to arrive with winds gusting at as much as 120 km per hour.

Here is your ten-level cheat sheet on this massive story:

  1. PM Modi mentioned he had spoken to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswamy and Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasami. “Assured all possible support from the Centre. I pray for the safety and well-being of those living in the affected areas,” he tweeted.

  2. There was heavy rain in a single day in a number of coastal districts of Tamil Nadu, together with Chennai, and Puducherry. The climate workplace says the storm is more likely to cross between Karaikal and Mamallapuram by 5 pm tomorrow.

  3. Nivar, centered at 450 km south east of Chennai, is more likely to intensify right into a extreme cyclone within the subsequent 24 hours.

  4. “Deep depression has intensified into a cyclonic storm — NIVAR over south-west Bay of Bengal — (Cyclone alert for Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts – Yellow Message),” the India Meteorological Department tweeted.

  5. Officials are making ready for potential injury like timber being uprooted, energy provide disruption, communication strains being snapped and roofs being blown away. Tidal waves a few metre excessive are more likely to flood low-mendacity areas.

  6. Six groups of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have already reached Cuddalore district. Two groups are additionally stationed in Chennai.

  7. Revenue Minister RB Udhayakumar, who heads the state Disaster Management Department, instructed NDTV: “We expect very heavy rains. Our monitoring officers are alert on the ground. They are ensuring clear channels for smooth flow of water and safe storage in large lakes”.

  8. Buses will likely be suspended from 1 pm in seven districts, together with Pudukottal, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Mayiladuthurai and Thiruvarur.

  9. Chief Minister EPS has appealed to individuals to remain in and to journey utilizing private transport solely whether it is unavoidable. The state catastrophe administration division has requested individuals to refill on meals, ingesting water and batteries.

  10. Cuddalore Collector Chandra Sekhar Sakhamuri instructed NDTV: “We will comply with COVID norms. We have also moved around 400 large boats and 1500 catamarans to safe locations. Around 500 people from low lying areas have already been shifted to relief centres.”



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