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Big crisis with Corona; The hurricane will hit the state, with heavy rains in six states

Cyclone in Gujarat: A new crisis is likely to arise in some states in the country.

Mumbai: Cyclone in Gujarat: A new crisis is likely to arise in some states in the country. Gujarat is likely to receive heavy rains with strong storms following a warning from the Indian Meteorological Department. Cyclones are more likely to hit the coast of Gujarat. The meteorological department has warned that the cyclone could cause major damage. The Coronavirus Pandemic crisis is already raging and now the cyclone crisis is raging in Gujarat. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, a severe cyclone will hit the coast on May 17 and 18.

Gujarat is already facing a coronavirus epidemic. In addition, Gujarat is now at risk of cyclones, which could cause huge damage. The meteorological department has forecast cyclones from the west coast on May 17 and 18. However, the cyclone is likely to hit the Karachi coast of Pakistan. However, the coast of Gujarat can also be hit hard.

The hurricane was named Tauktae
It will be the first hurricane in 2021 and was named ‘Tauktae‘. This time the storm is named after Myanmar, i.e., a loud-sounding sail. Eight countries in the Indian Ocean region had initiated formal arrangements for naming cyclonic storms at the initiative of India. Apart from India, these countries include Bangladesh, Pakistan, Myanmar, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Oman and Thailand.

Notice issued by the Chief Minister
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani called a meeting and directed the coastal district authorities to remain vigilant and take necessary measures as cyclone is likely to hit the coast of Gujarat. The cyclone in the East-Central Arabian Sea is expected to bring strong storms to coastal areas of Gujarat, including Saurashtra and the southern part, meteorological officials said.

Warning of torrential rains in these states
Apart from Gujarat, Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Kerala and Lakshadweep are expected to receive heavy rainfall in coastal areas, the meteorological department said. The meteorological department has also warned fishermen not to go to sea. According to the meteorological department, strong winds of 40 to 60 kmph will blow over Lakshadweep and Maldives. Apart from this, people in coastal areas of Kerala, Goa, Karnataka and Maharashtra will have to face storms and rains.


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