IMD issues warning for possible extensive damage; Kutch, Jamnagar to be most impacted


The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) took to its official Twitter deal with on Tuesday morning to warn that cyclone Biparjoy might trigger extensive harm and Gujarat’s Kutch, Jamnagar are possible to be the most impacted areas. 

As a precautionary measure, the administration has up to now shifted 21,000 individuals from totally different coastal districts to momentary shelters, reported PTI. The authorities is aiming to evacuate individuals inside 10 km of the coast. 

Migration of 500 individuals in Junagadh district has already been completed, including– 6,786 in Kutch, 1,500 in Jamnagar, 543 individuals in Porbandar, 4,820 in Dwarka, 408 in Gir-Somnath, 2,000 individuals in Morbi and 4,031 in Rajkot.

Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is chairing a evaluation assembly to examine the preparedness to address the consequences of cyclone Biparjoy. 

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IMD has additionally written on their deal with, “Cyclone warning for Saurashtra and Kutch Coasts: Prange Message. VSCS BIPARJOY at 0830IST of today is about 280km SW of Devbhumi Dwarka, 300km WSW of Porbandar, 310km SW of Jakhau Port, 330km SW of Naliya. To cross near Jakhau Port (Gujarat) AROUND evening of 15th June as VSCS.”

According to the climate division, the cyclone has been transferring northwards at a velocity of 5 kilometers per hour, and is centered roughly 290 km southwest of Gujarat’s Porbandar. It is predicted to cross Gujarat’s Saurashtra and Kutch areas in addition to adjoining Pakistan coasts on Thursday.


Nilesh Desai
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