- By the afternoon of Thursday the wind was estimated to hit Gujarat coast, 3 lakh people were sent to safer places.
- The Meteorological Department said that cyclone will pass through Veraval, Porbandar, Dwarka and Saurashtra, there is no threat
- The movement of 400 flights from Mumbai affected, from Veraval to Mumbai, about 900 km
- Flights to Porbandar, Diu, Bhavnagar, Keshode and Kandla will remain closed till Thursday night.
Ahmedabad. The wind cyclone in the Arabian Sea did not collide with the Gujarat coast on Thursday. Meteorological department Manorama Mohanty said that the direction of the storm was changed in the last 6 hours. Cyclone will pass through Veraval, Porbandar, Dwarka and Saurashtra coast. During this, wind speed can be up to 135-160 km / h. There may be heavy rains in Diu, Gir, Somnath, Junagadh, Porbandar and Dwarka. More than 500 villages here were evacuated. At the same time, the officers said that there was no damage to the airports due to the storm. By the night of the night, three lakh people were taken to safer places.
The impact on 400 flights in Mumbai has affected
400 flights in Mumbai due to air cyclone. According to an officer, the reason for the bad weather was delayed on 194 flights and take 192 flights to Mumbai from Wednesday. Root of 2 flights was diverted. There is a daily movement of 900 aircraft from Mumbai.
According to the Mumbai Meteorological Department, the spread of the cyclone is more than 900 km. Air does not collide or collide with Gujarat, but there is a danger from the system. There is a possibility of strong wind and heavy rains. Therefore, there will be complete preparation for the rescue. The distance between Gujarat from Veraval to Mumbai is about 900 km.
The high tide estimate in Mumbai, considering the closed
air cyclone among all, is expected to get high tide on 12th and 13th June in Mumbai. Mumbai and Konkan were closed for people all over the area. The Meteorological Department has appealed to people and fishermen to stay away from the beach.
52 teams of NDRF deployed
- Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted, “Three lakh people have been transported safely to Gujarat so far. More than 10 thousand people have been taken from the low-lying areas to the safer places.
- In Gujarat 52 teams of National Disaster Management (NDRF) have been deployed. 9 teams of state disaster management and 300 marine commandos have also been deployed. 9 helicopters of Coast Guard have been kept in selected places.
- After the weather department warned, the Airports Authority of India has decided to stop the operation of the flights till Thursday night at Porbandar, Diu, Bhavnagar, Keshode and Kandla Airport.
- Western Railway has canceled 70 trains. The distance of 28 trains has been reduced.
- The Defense Department said on Wednesday that 10 columns of the army were deployed in Gujarat. These columns are posted in Jamnagar, Gir, Dwarka, Porbandar, Jamnagar, Somnath, Morbi, Bhavnagar, Rajkot and Amreli. There are 70 soldiers in a column. 24 other columns are placed on standby.
- Air Force has deployed medium lift and light utility choppers in some areas of Gujarat. The Navy has prepared P8i aircraft and IL-76 transporter aircraft.
In the coastal areas, the Gujarat administration is on high alert to deal with the closed- air schools and colleges. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that the administration is in touch with Odisha government to get information about ways to reduce losses like hurricane Fanni. All employees have been asked to cancel the leave and return to duty. All schools, colleges and anganwadi centers in the coastal areas will be closed on 13 and 14 June.Cyclone VayuGujarat