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Cyclone ‘Maha’: Indian Navy prepared for relief operations

Four warships of the Western Naval Command have been loaded with HADR relief materials. Naval units of the Gujarat Naval Area are also prepared with Emergency Response Teams equipped with underwater diving equipment and inflatable boats. 

In addition, naval aircraft and helicopters are also on standby to undertake any survey and air rescue operations. Naval authorities in Gujarat are in constant liaison with civil authorities to ensure seamless coordination.
Cyclone ‘Maha’, is expected to make landfall near Veraval by the night of 6 Nov as a Cyclonic Storm with winds of the order of 35 – 40 Knots. Consequently, rough to very rough sea conditions are likely to effect East Central Arabian Sea and heavy rain with thunder and lightning is expected to effect South Gujarat and North Maharashtra areas.

Meanwhile, NDRF  is monitoring MAHA movements closely and taking measures to protect  those living in coastal , and other areas which is on alert due to cyclone MAHA. NDRF deployed full equiped rescue teams in Gujarat coastal and some other areas where impacts due to cyclone expected.

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