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Two disasters at the same time : this cyclone is moving at a fast pace - NDRF

Super cyclone amphan is going to knock on Indian shores.  After 21 years, a super cyclone is going to hit the coastal region of India.  In view of this, the NDRF has been alerted with the Army, Air Force.  NDRF Chief SN Pradhan …





Super cyclone amphan is going to knock on Indian shores.  After 21 years, a super cyclone is going to hit the coastal region of India.  In view of this, the NDRF has been alerted with the Army, Air Force.  NDRF Chief SN Pradhan told the press conference that this is the first time we are fighting a double disaster.  This time is very challenging for us.  West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee has told that about 3 lakh people have been shifted to safe places before reaching close to Amfan Mahachakravat in the state.
 41 teams deployed
 Giving information about Super Cyclone Amfan, SN Pradhan said that this cyclone is equivalent to phony cyclone.  It can knock at any time tomorrow.  He said that all the departments including NDRF are constantly monitoring.  15 teams of NDRF have started work in Orissa.  19 teams are working in West Bengal.  Two teams have been kept in reserve in Bengal.  He said that if the reserve teams are combined and told, about 41 teams have been deployed.
 First two disasters
 The NDRF chief said that we have learned from Fani and this is the first time we are facing a double disaster.  He said that along with the corona virus, we are also facing this terrible disaster.  We are paying attention to the safety of Kovid-19 in all the reliefs we are rescuing.
 What happens is super cyclone, 150-200 km.  Winds move at a speed of
 NDRF teams in view of danger
 Pradhan said, "We are phasing out a double challenge. We have 41 teams deployed out of which seven teams have been kept in reserve. These teams are deployed in six districts. Wherever these storms can cause more devastation, those places  But teams have been put up. "

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