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Cyclone Fani Live Updates: Navy prepares ships, aircraft for help

Cyclone Fani: Navy ships and planes are on alert to provide emergency assistance

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With the cyclone Fani, who intensified the heavy cyclone storm, today the Indian Navy said it had begun preparations for emergency aid. The Navy prepared ships with other divers, doctors, inflatable rubber boats, and embossed materials. The Navy said its aircraft also stand at Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh air stations to carry out reconnaissance, rescue, accident evacuation, and an air drop of embossed material if necessary.

Cyclone Fani heads for the Odisha Coast, a meteorological department said on Monday. Officials said the Fani could deteriorate into an "extremely heavy cyclone" by tomorrow, leading the government to give the National Disaster Response Force and the Indian Coast Guard high alert.

Here are live updates on Cyclone Fani:

Cyclone Fani Update: Cyclone warning for Odisha Coast. Fani has grown into a heavy cyclone and now lies 700 km east of southeast Chennai. It is most likely to curve the northwest-ward tomorrow and then may return to the Odisha Coast: IMD

Cyclone Fani can still intensify today, Navy On High Alert

The Navy is on high alert because the cyclone Fani, approaching the coastal Odisha, has intensified into a "heavy cyclone storm" last night. This could further strengthen and turn to a "very heavy cyclone storm" today, the weather department said. "Fani" Coastal Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh are on a high level, as Cyclone Fani intensified into a "heavy cyclone storm" last night.

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The naval aircraft also stands at the INS Rajali naval stations in Arakkonam, Tamilnadu and INS Dega in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh to conduct reconnaissance, rescue, accident evacuation, and air drop embossed material if necessary.

Boats embark on other divers, doctors, inflatable rubber boats and embossed material that includes food, utensils, clothing, medicines, blankets, etc., in sufficient quantities.

Indian naval vessels in Visakhapatnam and Chennai are ready and ready to travel to the most affected areas to carry out humanitarian emergency assistance (HADR), evacuation, logistical support, including medical assistance: Indian Navy

The Eastern Maritime Command (ENC) has taken a high degree of readiness to provide the necessary humanitarian aid. ENC closely monitors developments in the Bay of Bengal and is in constant contact with the government: the Indian Navy

  • Public Health Directorate Odisha Hara Prasad Pattanaik on Monday warned all major district medical and public health officers of readiness for the cyclone storm "Fani."
  • Mr. Pattanaik reported that the cyclone storm will be at 17:30 on May 3, Land land and likely touch Andhra Pradesh and later arrive at Gajapati, Mayurbhanje, Ganjama, Puri, Chorda, Nayagarha, Cuttah, Jagatsinghpur, Bhadraku, Balasore , Baagora, Baagora Jajpur, Dhenkanal, Angul and Keonjhar.
  • All these districts have been exposed to high risk due to heavy rains and winds of 40 to 60 km / h, which can lead to cyclone and floods in many parts of the country.
  • According to IMD's forecast, & # 39; Fani & # 39; It was located at 880 km southeast of Chennai as it continues to move northwest and is expected to change northeast from Wednesday.
  • Fishermen in coastal areas were advised not to escape into the sea.
  • In Odisha, the government asked fishermen who are in deep sea areas to return to the coast on the night of April 30th.
  • The central government closely monitors the impact of the cyclone storm on states along the east coast.


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