Indian Navy, Coast Guard property prepared for rescue ops in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry

The Indian Coast Guard and Navy have stored their property prepared to supply humanitarian help and catastrophe aid (HADR), in view of the Nivar Cyclone which is to make landfall between Karaikal and Mamallapuram in Tamil Nadu, across the Puducherry area by Wednesday night.

Four Coast Guard Offshore patrol vessels are deployed at sea in catastrophe aid configuration for help to fishermen and retailers at sea, apart from two helicopters on standby for quick launch post-landfall rescue and aid efforts.

Three Dornier plane are on standby at Vishakapatnam for surveillance and injury evaluation.

According to Coast Guard officers, 15 catastrophe aid groups are prepared to supply help for state and district administration. Ships at sea are advising fishing boats to return to harbour and port authorities have been suggested for the security of ships at anchorage.

The Indian Navy has deployed INS Parundu, a vessel from Vishakapatnam with HADR bricks and diving groups to render help. This is along with 5 flood aid groups and one diving workforce that are prepared at Chennai. Naval services at Nagapattinam, Rameswaram and INS Parundu additionally have flood aid groups on standby.

“Indian Coast Guard in pro-active liaison with State/District administration has ensured that all Indian fishing boats return safely to harbour prior to cyclone Nivar making landfall, and more importantly, ICG has ensured nil loss of lives at sea,” mentioned Inspector General S.Paramesh, Commander Coast Guard Region East.

According to an replace from the climate division, Cyclone Nivar is about 410kms East-Southeast of Puducherry and is predicted to accentuate right into a extreme cyclonic storm by Wednesday, lashing the coast with gusty winds of 100-110kmph because it makes landfall.

Under the influence of this climate system, rains are anticipated to lash the coastal areas till Thursday.

The Puducherry administration has imposed prohibitive orders underneath CrPC Section 144 to limit the motion of the general public throughout the area and has ordered outlets and institutions shut from 9 pm Tuesday to six am Thursday, topic to additional revision.

However, milk cubicles, gas stations, pharmacies, and so on. will stay open.


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