The country had not yet conquered from the impact of the cyclone Tauktae that another cyclone name ‘yaas’ are being said to come. The ‘yaas’ could land in the eastern coastal areas of the country on 26th, and 27th may say the meteorological department. The major impact of the cyclone will be on Odisha and west Bengal.
The meteorological department said that on May 22 a low-pressure area is likely to form over North Andaman Sea and adjoining East-Central Bay of Bengal. The Cyclone Warning Cell of the department informed, there is a possibility of it gradually turning into a cyclonic storm in the next 72 hours.
The NDRF team which was in Maharashtra and Gujarat are directed to west Bengal and Odisha to reduce the major intensity of the threat.The Odisha alerted 14 districts out of 30 as it is predicted that the cyclone ‘Yaas’ will pass through Odisha west Bengal coat on May 26. On Friday State government urge the Indian costal guard and the Indian navy to be prepared to address the upcoming situation.
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This is predicted that the cyclone will move toward the north west direction to reach the cost of west Bengal-Odisha at evening of May 26. Not only the west Bengal and Odisha will be affected but the Andaman and Nicobar island and east coast districts will experience excessive rain and floods situation can also arise.
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The 22 special train which was going to Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Odisha next week has being cancelled.The chief secretory of Odisha said the state should be adequately prepared for the situation if the cyclone ‘Yaas’ affects the states.
Although the meteorological department yet not provide the information about the cyclone’s speed, its route, the location of striking the coast etc.The central government urge to the cyclone prone state like Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Andaman and Nicobar island to stock up all the medicine and necessary resource at the health centres for the time of possible emergency during the storm.