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A senior officer said on friday cyclone 'tauktae' in arabian sea ndrf earmarks 53 teams for five states
a senior officer said on
Friday Cyclone 'Tauktae' in
Arabian Sea NDRF
earmarks 53 teams for five
The National Disaster Response Force
(NDRF) has reserved 53 groups to handle
conceivable delayed consequences of
typhoon 'Tauktae' that is creating in the
Arabian Sea, a senior official said on
NDRF Director General S N Pradhan said
in a tweet that these groups are being sent
in the beach front areas of Kerala,
Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and
Out of the 53 groups, he said, 24 have
been pre-sent or positioned on the ground
while the lay are ready and waiting.
A solitary NDRF group contains around 40
faculty and they are furnished with tree and
post cutters, boats, essential clinical guide
and other help and salvage types of gear.
According to the Indian Metrological
Department (IMD) and warnings gave by a
portion of these costal states, a pressing
factor territory had framed over the
southeast Arabian Sea and bordering
Lakshadweep region on Thursday.
"It will pack into a downturn over a similar
locale by Saturday morning and escalate
into a cyclonic tempest during the ensuing
24 hours," the IMD said in the notice
It is probably going to strengthen further
and move north-northwestwards Gujarat
and bordering Pakistan coasts.
The warning said the cyclonic tempest is
probably going to reach close to the
Gujarat coast around May 18 evening.
The name 'Tauktae' has been given by
Myanmar which signifies 'gecko'. This will
be the primary cyclonic tempest of this
current year along the Indian coast.