New Delhi, (Diksha Kumari): The NCMC reviewed things of severe cyclonic storm prevention (Nivar) within the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry and guaranteed the states of all possible help at the earliest. a politician spokesperson said that the National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC) headed by Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gaba has also directed all concerned to continue the work. The NCMC reviewed the status of cyclone prevention during a gathering organized through video conferencing with the Chief Secretaries of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.
30 NDRF teams deployed in three states:
The chief secretaries of the three states, the administrators of the India Meteorological Department and thus the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) briefed the NCMC about their preparedness and mentioned that the authorities are fully prepared to affect any incident. The NDRF chief said that 30 teams of the force are deployed in three states so far, while 20 more teams are placed on standby for immediate deployment. Explain that a team of NDRF consists of 40 personnel.
Fears of cyclone in 15 districts:
An NCMC spokesperson said, "The NCMC has also been informed that there are apprehensions of cyclone in about 15 districts in three states and lots of thousands of individuals living along the coastline are shifted to shelter homes. has given. the cupboard Secretary assured the Chief Secretaries of all necessary assistance and Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla said that necessary financial assistance from the National Disaster Relief Fund are going to be released on Wednesday.
What to try to and what to not do:
The cabinet secretary has asked all the people living within the coastal areas to know what to undertake to and what to not do during the cyclone. He advised the people to stay calm, ignore the rumors, keep the mobile charged, hear the radio, and not enter the damaged buildings. With this, he said that if your present house is not safe, then close the electrical connection of the house and leave the house and attend a secure place.
State governments are being informed about the situation:
The meeting was informed about the coordination between the NDRF and other agencies to affect the challenge. While giving information about this situation, the Director General of Meteorological Department mentioned that things is being shared with the respective state governments. An NCMC spokesperson said that it had been emphasized within the meeting that the advice issued to fishermen to not attend sea should be strictly enforced. Various secretaries of central government ministries attended the meeting. The impact of Hurricane Nivar started in these areas, winds can go up to 110km / h
The storm will hit the shores tonight:
The IMD said that a 'very severe cyclonic storm' could hit the coast of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry between Karaikal and Mamallapuram late Wednesday (November 25) on Wednesday (25 November). Prevention is that the second cyclone within the Bay of Bengal this year. Earlier in May, Cyclone Amphan caused havoc in many areas of Bengal and Odisha.