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Migration of people from low lying areas of Bengal begins, 85 teams of NDRF deployed in 5 states, Railways cancels 25 trains till May 29

Today's cyclone will turn into a hurricane:   Migration of people from low lying areas of Bengal begins, 85 teams of NDRF deployed in 5 states, Railways cancels 25 trains till May 29

According to the meteorological department, Hurricane Yas could cause strong winds of up to 185 kmph in Bengal.

32 teams of NDRF in West Bengal, 28 teams in Odisha
Heavy winds can blow at speeds of up to 185 kilometers per hour

The country is now in the grip of a hurricane after the cyclone Tau-Tena came out of its crisis. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), the mild pressure area created in the Bay of Bengal on Sunday will turn into a cyclonic storm on Monday. The hurricane could be strong by Tuesday. The water, land and air forces are gearing up to deal with the hurricane. Seeing the possibility of damage by the three armies, many teams have been defeated.

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Yas will pass between Paradip in North Odisha and Sagar Island in West Bengal. It could hit the coasts of Odisha and West Bengal on May 26. The railways have canceled 25 trains from May 24 to 29 in view of the hurricane alert.

Work has begun to relocate people living in low-lying areas in West Bengal and East Midnapore as well as South 24 Parganas to safer places. The Central Government has deployed 85 teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) in 5 states. The worst affected areas are West Bengal and Odisha.

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According to the IMD, strong winds of up to 185 kmph can blow here. The cyclone is likely to bring light rains to Midnapore, 24 Parganas and Hooghly in Bengal on May 25. Heavy rains are expected in some areas. This may be followed by heavy rains on May 26 in Nadia, Bardhaman, Bankura, Purulia and Birbhum.

Eastern Railway has canceled 25 trains from May 24 to 29 in view of the hurricane alert.

What are the preparations for the hurricane?

There are 32 NDRF teams in West Bengal, 28 in Odisha, 4 in Andaman, 3 in Andhra Pradesh and 2 in Tamil Nadu.
Coastguard ships have been urging fishermen and merchant ships not to go to sea for 3-4 days.
Four warships were on stand-by for humanitarian aid and disaster relief (HDR) at the Naval Eastern Command Headquarters at Visakhapatnam. These ships have medical teams, medicines and relief supplies.
The Navy has deployed 8 diving teams in Bengal and Odisha. Aircraft and helicopters have been kept on alert at INS Deka in Visakhapatnam and INS Rajali Airbase in Chennai. This will facilitate aerial survey and baggage air-drop.
The Air Force has flown a C-17 Globemaster, an IL-76, 3 C-130 Hercules, 4 AN-32 and 2 Dornier transport aircraft.
The Air Force has put 11 MI-17V5 helicopters, 7 MI17, 2 Chetaks, 3 Cheetahs and 2 ALH pole helicopters on stand-by mode.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held a meeting with officials from 14 departments, including the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and the NDRF.
Coastguard officials held a virtual meeting on Saturday with all ports, port-authorities, oil-rigs and fishermen's unions.

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Alert in Bihar on 26-27, NDRF team leaves Patna
The 9th Battalion of NDRF is headquartered at Bihta in Patna. On Sunday 5 teams of 145 people have been sent from here to West Bengal. Battalion Second Command Officer Harvinder Singh will lead all these 5 teams. Under his leadership, the entire team has been flown to West Bengal from Patna Airport with a special Air Force aircraft. 9th Battalion Commandant Vijay Sinha said five teams were ordered to be sent from Bihar to the New Delhi headquarters. In West Bengal's Kolkata, North and South 24 Parganas districts, Bihar teams will be deployed to deal effectively with "Yas". The NDRF team will also take full care to prevent coronavirus infection during the operation. All guidelines for avoiding this transition are being followed. The team is equipped with advanced disaster management and communication tools.

A team of 145 people left Bihar for Kolkata, North and South 24 Parganas districts of Bengal.

Rain warning with strong winds on May 26-27
in all 38 districts of Bihar, West-East Champaran, Siwan, Saran, Gopalganj, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga, Vaishali, Shivhar, Samastipur, Supaul, Araria, Kishanganj, Madhepura, Purnia, Buxar, Bhojpur, Rohtas, Bhabua, Aurangabad, Jehanabad, Arwal, Patna, Gaya, Nalanda, Sheikhpura, Nawada, Begusarai, Lakhisarai, Katihar, Bhagalpur, Banka, Jamui, Munger and Khageria districts with heavy rains on May 26-27. Rain warning has been issued. Rain alert has been issued at many places in these districts.

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Jharkhand An alert has been issued for Yas in Jharkhand from May 25 to 28. The meteorological department has warned of lightning in 30 to 60 per cent areas of the state. During this 50 to 60 km. Heavy winds can blow at speeds. The effects of cyclone Yas can be seen in Jharkhand from May 25. Heavy rains are expected across Jharkhand, including Ranchi, till May 28. On May 26 and 27 the temperature may drop to 25 degrees. Heavy rains are likely in some parts of Bengal adjoining Jharkhand, including Santal Parganas.

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Pradesh The weather in Madhya Pradesh is constantly changing. The meteorological department has forecast rains in 22 districts in the next 24 hours. Tau-its effect is still being reported here. Due to this, many districts have humid climate. The meteorological department has forecast rains in 8 districts of Jabalpur division including Sagar, Damoh, Umaria, Bhopal, Vidisha, Raisen, Indore, Dhar, Ujjain, Dewas, Neemuch, Mandsaur, Guna and Hoshangabad.

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