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Country Cyclonic Yaas live update: Cyclone Yas will change into very severe storm in next 24 hours, strong rains in Bengal

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The threat of a cyclonic storm is hovering over the eastern coasts of the country. In West Bengal and Odisha, this severe storm is predicted to knock. The Meteorological Department has said that the man will turn into a very severe storm in the next 24 hours. On May 26, Yas is likely to hit the Odisha and West Bengal coasts. The Meteorological Department said on Monday that wind is expected to move at a speed of 155 to 165 km per hour during this period, which can reach a speed of 185 km per hour.

All kinds of preparations have already been made to keep people safe from the cyclone. People living near the shores have been evacuated from their homes to safer places. All the teams including the Nasena, National Disaster Team are ready for rescue work. Apart from this, the Ministry of Home Affairs has assured the states affected by the cyclone that the Ministry will be ready for their help 24 hours.

Cyclonic Yaas live update:

Rainfall due to cyclone Yas in Bhubaneswar, Odisha

Given the heavy rains in Bengal, DG NDRF SN Pradhan said that 10 more teams of NDRF are stationed here, a total of 45 teams are deployed in the state.

-West Bengal: There is strong winds and rain in Digha.

The weather department has said that cyclonic storm Yas may cross the north Odisha-West Bengal coasts between Paradip and Sagar Island around Balasore on the afternoon of 26 May.

Considering the threat of cyclone Yas, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik urged the people living in the coastal areas to cooperate with the local administration and move them to cyclone shelters. The Chief Minister also asked people to follow the COVID-19 protocol and wear two masks.

Cyclone Yas will hit the shores on May 26 in Odisha’s Chandipur

Before the Chakravat Yas, the local people were shifted from their homes to the shelter homes in Jagatsinghpur district. Lakshmi from Sandhakud in Paradip said, “During the last cyclone, my family lost everything. We luckily survived. I have come here with my husband, daughter and their children.”

 
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