The Indian people are going through a lot these days at first we have seen COVID-19 and then locust attack, and now we are getting ready for another cyclone. As per the government reports the Maharashtra government on Monday made it clear that they are ready for anything they face. They announced that some other districts are facing the Nisarg storm and it will reach Mumbai by this upcoming Wednesday.

The government itself has released guidelines by suggesting that people shouldn’t go near the beaches in this situation. The storm is expected to hit the state’s coast on 3 June though it will hot another state on Tuesday evening or night. Union Home Minister Amit Shah confirmed the threats about the storm and made it clear as he talked with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray through video conference and brief the situation.

Cyclone Nisarg

People are fighting the COVID-19 already and PM Modi announced the unlock situation in which the country will open in few phases. Now if we talk about the storm then the authorities have confirmed that the 10 units of National Disaster Response Force are ready to fight the situation if needed plus they are going to add some more units in the state.  There is no disruption of the power supply so far but it could happen when the cyclone will hit the beaches.

The CM Thackeray himself made it clear that few districts like Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Ratnagiri, and Sindhudurg are in the view of the cyclonic storm which is developing in the Arabian Sea. The government confirmed that they are ready to fight the situation and the state Disaster Management and Relief and Rehabilitation department is taking care of things as they are preparing for the cyclone to hit on Wednesday.

So far we have reported that the Fishermen aren’t allowed to go near the beach or even on the sea to catch fishes. Also, the respective district collectors are on duty and the government made it clear that they don’t want to see any loss of life. Also, Amit Shah told Thackeray NDRF battalions from neighbouring states have been kept on a stand-by for relief if they will need them then they will arrive too though so far the situation seems under control.

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