There is a discussion about storm Asni in the country and many videos of this time are making headlines. Amidst all this, a very mysterious event has caught everyone's attention. In fact, you will be surprised to know that a mysterious gold chariot has been seen. Yes, a very beautiful gold-coloured chariot was spotted at Sunnapalli Sea Harbour in Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday evening. Now the video of the incident has surfaced on social media and the one who is watching it is expressing surprise. So far, this video has been seen by millions of people and shared further. Yes and inside this video, some people are seen lying on the shore pulling this gold chariot out of the boiling water. However, it is not known where this mysterious golden chariot has come from?
#WATCH | Andhra Pradesh: A mysterious gold-coloured chariot washed ashore at Sunnapalli Sea Harbour in Srikakulam y'day, as the sea remained turbulent due to #CycloneAsani— ANI (@ANI) May 11, 2022
SI Naupada says, "It might've come from another country. We've informed Intelligence & higher officials." pic.twitter.com/XunW5cNy6O
This viral video was made by the people present at the spot, and on this whole incident, the SI of Naupada said that "this chariot may have come from another country while flowing. We have informed intelligence and higher authorities. It is being said that this beautiful chariot with a layer of gold can come from Myanmar, Malaysia or Thailand to Andhra Pradesh flowing from. However, Santhabommali Tahsildar J Chalamayya said that "it may not have come from any other country, but the chariot may be being used for shooting the film somewhere on the Indian coast, but due to the very strong current, the chariot came to the Srikakulam coast with a flow." However, there is no concrete answer as to where this chariot came from. Now if we talk about the cyclone 'Ease', then the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema areas are receiving heavy rains with strong winds on Wednesday.'' However, the storm has weakened in the Bay of Bengal.
On Wednesday morning, the cyclonic storm Machili lay centred about 50 km southeast of Pattanam, 150 km southwest of Kakinada and 290 km southwest of Visakhapatnam. Yes, and according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the cyclonic storm will pass through Narsapur, Yanam, Kakinada, Tuni and Visakhapatnam coasts from afternoon to evening. At the same time, the storm is likely to move towards the West Bay of Bengal from the north Andhra Pradesh coasts in the night.