Cyclone Titli took five coastal districts of Odisha, in its grip
Looking at the fearsome form of Cyclone Titli, An official of the Special Relief Commissioner’s Office said that 50 thousand people were evacuated to safer places till Wednesday afternoon, most of which are from Ganjam and Puri districts.
The cyclonic storm ‘Titli’ (Cyclone Titli) on the Bay of Bengal took a very enormous form on Wednesday and it is moving towards the Odisha and Andhra Pradesh coast, due to which the Odisha government has managed to secure around two lakh people from five coastal districts Has started the task of delivering. Many officials said that they are working to send people from the lower and coastal areas to safer places.
The Meteorological Department said that winds of 140 to 150 kilometers per hour are being run in coastal places of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, which could catch up 165 kilometers per hour, and there will be rain along with them.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik reviewed the situation
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a forecast of rising waves in the sea; Because of this, Chief Minister of Odisha Naveen Patnaik took stock of the situation.
He ordered the collectors of Ganjam, Puri, Khurda, Kendrapara and Jagatsinghpur districts to immediately bring people living in coastal areas to safer places.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik also asked the officials to ensure that no person could die due to the Cyclone Titli and keep a safe place for the people so that they could be delivered there immediately.
Seeing the prediction of heavy rains in the state, the Chief Minister ordered the closure of all the schools and colleges and also Anganwadi centers on Thursday and Friday. College students’ elections to be held on Thursday has also been postponed.
The Cyclone Titli is expected to reach Thursday at about 5:30 am
There is a possibility of up to one meter high waves rising in the ocean while reaching the cyclone. According to the Meteorological Department, the process of finding a safe place for people has been started.
The Meteorological Department also said that heavy rains may occur till Thursday in districts like Ganjam, Gajapati, Jagatsinghpur, Puri, Kendrapara, Katak, Jajpur, Khurda, Nayagarh, Bhadrak and Balasore.
An IMD scientist also said that 20-30% of tropical cyclones (Cyclone Titli) in the Bay of Bengal are recurring and instead of going from north to west, they have turned towards east.
A warning has been issued to the fishermen not to enter the sea on behalf of the government and the citizens have been asked to reserve enough food, essential items and fuel supplies. >> Read in Hindi
(New Delhi, Super Thirty India)