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Cyclone Shaheen: After ‘Gulaab’, now there is danger of cyclone ‘Shaheen’, NDRF-SDRF took charge

The even department has also issued a warning of heavy rain for 3 days in Gujarat. According to the Meteorological Department, the wind can move at a speed of 60-150 kmph in the coastal areas of Gujarat.

Cyclone Shaheen: After the cyclonic storm ‘Gulaab’, now Shaheen is likely to hit the coast of Gujarat. Cyclonic storm Shaheen has intensified in the northeast Arabian Sea and its adjoining areas. Let us tell you that there is a deep depression near the coast of Gujarat. In view of the crisis of the storm, the Gujarat government has come into active mode. A meeting is being held by the government with the officials and the team of NDRF. At the same time, the Meteorological Department has also issued a warning of heavy rain in Gujarat for 3 days. According to the Meteorological Department, the wind can move at a speed of 60-150 kmph in the coastal areas of Gujarat.Also Read – Yellow Alert in Maharashtra: Torrential rain in Maharashtra, 13 killed due to lightning; hundreds saved

NDRF took over

In view of the cyclonic storm, the administration has been kept on alert in all the districts of Gujarat. At the same time, NDRF and SDRF teams have taken the lead in 17 districts. The Meteorological Department has warned fishermen not to venture into the Arabian Sea. At the same time, it has been advised to suspend fishing and any kind of marine activities till October 2. Also Read – Cyclone Gulab: Bengal government engaged in dealing with cyclonic storm, red alert issued, know where it is forbidden to go

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The Meteorological Department has said in its latest forecast that there is a possibility of heavy rain in the next two days in Amreli, Bhavnagar, Rajkot, Anand and Bharuch and other districts of Saurashtra. In such a situation, the cyclonic storm is likely to move north-west towards Pakistan-Makran coast and move away from the Indian coast. Let us tell that this storm will gradually move westwards in the Arabian Sea, which will reach the border area of ​​Iran parallel to the coast of Pakistan. This storm will continue to move away from the Indian coast.

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