Amit Shah says in meeting with Chief Ministers: 'Tauktae should not affect corona patients'

Cyclone has created panic in five states. An alert has been sounded in this regard. The cyclone, which is being formed in the Arabian Sea, is said to have turned into a severe cyclonic storm. At the same time, preparations have now been started to keep the people safe. In fact, recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a high-level meeting to review the preparedness for the storm. During the meeting, he asked the officials to take all possible measures to protect the people. In addition, instructions were issued to ensure maintenance of all essential services like electricity, telecommunications, health, drinking water. At the same time, special preparations were directed to be made for covid management, vaccine cold chain and power back up in hospitals and storage of essential medicines at vulnerable places due to cyclone.

In fact, it is feared that there will be winds of 150 to 150 kmph. The speed of the winds may be even higher. Home Minister Amit Shah is now holding a meeting on the 'Tauktae' cyclone today. As part of the information received, CM, Maharashtra, Gujarat and administrators of Dadar Nagar Haveli, Daman and DU are also present in the meeting. During the meeting, the Home Minister emphasized that special attention has to be paid to ensure that the cyclone does not affect the people suffering from corona.

In fact, Amit Shah has said that "Care should be taken to ensure that the supply of electricity to Corona Hospital in Cyclone does not stop. Special attention should also be paid to the oxygen supply being uninterrupted due to cyclones'. Let us tell you all that cyclone 'Tauktae' has hit the coastal areas of Goa. Due to this, strong winds and heavy rain are expected throughout the day.

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