Threat of cyclonic storm 'Aasani' increased, heavy rain likely at many places

The threat to the cyclonic storm 'Asani' has started increasing. Yes, with information received, it is expected to reach the coast of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the administration is making necessary arrangements to deal with the situation in the archipelago, which includes evacuating people from low-lying areas to safer places. On the other hand, if the website of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) is to be believed, a depression and low-pressure area over the South East Bay of Bengal and adjoining South Andaman Sea is likely to turn into a cyclonic storm around March 21.

However, it is likely to move north-northeastwards and reach near the south-eastern Bangladesh coasts of northern Myanmar on March 22. At the same time, the IMD in its bulletin last Saturday has predicted heavy rainfall at some places in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, at the same time, it has predicted extremely heavy snowfall in the Nicobar Islands. According to a statement, Chief Secretary Jitendra Narayan reviewed the preparedness of the administration in a meeting held on Friday and asked all stakeholders to ensure that "there is adequate provision of food, water and other basic amenities in the temporary camps set up to provide shelter to the evacuated people". '

Further, Narayan directed that the nine-transport services be immediately suspended in view of the inclement weather and no fishing boat be allowed to venture into the sea. At the same time, he asked the disaster management department to spread awareness in this regard among the people. The Meteorological Department has warned of light to moderate rain and thundershowers at most places on March 20. Yes, the department has predicted heavy to very heavy rain at some places and extremely heavy rain at isolated places in the Union Territory.

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