The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast another cyclone in the next 24 hours.
Mumbai: The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast another cyclone in the next 24 hours. The meteorological department has warned that the cyclone could turn into a major hurricane. Therefore, more precautions have been taken by the Navy and Air Force. According to the National Meteorological Center (NWFC) of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the cyclone is heading north-northwest, which will turn into a hurricane on Monday morning and could intensify in the next 24 hours. Hurricanes are likely to change into severe storms. This has been commented on after the meteorological department studied the photographs taken with the help of satellite and ocean dynamics. (yaas may change in cyclone today navy and air force ready)
Terrible changes until May 26
The meteorological department said that Cyclone Yaas will continue to move north-northwest and will gradually intensify. It will reach the Bay of North West Bengal near the border of West Bengal and North Odisha by May 26. The storm is expected to cross North Odisha-West Bengal between Paradip and Sagar Islands by the evening of May 26.
Air Force and Coast Guard vigilant
Meanwhile, the three forces and the ICG have taken several steps to deal with the situation created by Hurricane Yaas. “Due to HADR and rescue operations on the West Bank, the Indian Navy has already distributed 10 HADR pallets at Bhubaneswar and Kolkata and five pallets are ready at Port Blair,” the defense ministry said. The Indian Navy has already deployed four divers and 10 rescue units in Kolkata, Bhubaneswar and Chilika to assist the civilian administration on short-term instructions.
Strong preparation of the Navy
According to the Ministry of Defense, the Indian Navy has deployed troops from Jamnagar, Varanasi, Patna, Arokonam and the National Disaster Response Force to deal with the situation posed by Cyclone Yaas. According to the Ministry of Defense, 950 personnel, personnel and 70 tonnes of essential items have been kept at Kolkata, Bhubaneswar and Port Blair. Relief supplies, equipment and personnel have been transported from Patna, Varanasi and Arakanam using five C-130 aircraft, officials said.
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In addition, the Indian Air Force (IAF) has deployed three C-130s, four AN-32s and two Dornier aircraft for the 11C aircraft for HADR (Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response) operations. In addition, about 25 helicopters, including 11 Mi-17V5s, two Chetaks, three Cheetahs and seven Mi-17 helicopters, have been kept ready in any case. As a precautionary measure, the Indian Coast Guard recalled 254 boats that had gone to the Bay of Bengal and ensured a safe return. The Ministry of Defense said that 31 teams of NDRF, boats, life jackets etc. have been kept ready.
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