PM Modi to visit Gujarat, Diu today to survey damage
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Gujarat and Diu on Wednesday to survey the circumstance and damage brought about by Cyclone Tauktae.
The Prime Minister will leave Delhi at 9.30 am today and land at Bhavnagar, from where he will continue for an aeronautical study of Una, Diu, Jafarabad and Mahuva. He will likewise hold an audit meeting at Ahmedabad after the ethereal study.
Tauktae stands to be the most grounded tempest to affect Gujarat since 1998 as it battered pieces of the state and left behind a path of destruction along the coast, removing electric posts and trees and harming a few houses and streets, before debilitating, authorities said on Tuesday.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday discussed with his Gujarat partner Vijay Rupani to examine the effect of Cyclone Tauktae as the cyclonic storm made landfall in the adjoining state late in the night daily.
The cyclone, whose force had weakened by today yet hefty downpours, will probably proceed, with wind speeds arriving at 125 kilometres each hour, the climate division has said.
Cyclone tauktae has affected the climate conditions in a few pieces of Northern India. Numerous zones like Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Delhi will probably observe precipitation in the coming few hours.
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