Cyclone Michong Update: At present, the threat of a new storm ‘Michong’ is looming in the southern states. This storm can hit the coast of Tamil Nadu today i.e. on Monday (4 December). Along with this, this cyclonic storm can also affect the eastern coastal areas. The state government has taken precautionary measures to deal with the possible threat of this storm. This is the reason why schools in the coastal districts of Puducherry and Andhra Pradesh have been ordered to remain closed.
The Meteorological Department has issued warnings of rain, storm and lightning for Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. The government has asked private companies to make their employees work from home. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that he is in constant touch with the governments of the eastern coastal states of the country regarding cyclone ‘Michong’. In view of the cyclone, South Central Railway has canceled 144 trains.
PM Modi talked to the state government
According to PTI agency, PM Modi also urged BJP workers in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh to join the relief and rescue efforts and help the local administration. During his address on the election victory at the BJP headquarters, the PM said, “Cyclone ‘Michong’ may affect the eastern coastal areas. The central government is in constant touch with the state governments and is helping them.
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y. S. Spoke to Jagan Mohan Reddy and assured him of all possible help.
According to IMD, the low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal transformed into cyclonic storm ‘Michong’ on Sunday. It will move northwards and move parallel to the South Andhra Pradesh coast and cross the South Andhra Pradesh coast between Nellore and Machilipatnam on December 5 in the forenoon. Due to this cyclonic storm, wind can blow at a speed of 80-90 kilometers per hour up to 110 kilometers per hour.
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