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Indian Navy Prepared For Relief Operations In The Wake Of Cyclone ‘Maha’

With cyclone ‘Maha‘ over East Central Arabian Sea intensifying into an Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm, the Western Naval Command of the Indian Navy is prepared to undertake Humanitarian and Disaster Relief (HADR) operations along Gujarat and North Maharashtra Coast, if required.

Four warships of the Western Naval Command have been loaded with HADR relief materials like food packets, water, medical supplies and other essential commodities. Naval units of the Gujarat Naval Area are also ready with Emergency Response Teams equipped with underwater diving equipment and inflatable boats.

In addition, naval plane and helicopters are also on standby to undertake any survey and air rescue operations. Naval authorities in Gujarat are in constant discussion with civil authorities to make sure seamless coördination.

Cyclone ‘Maha‘, currently heading Northwestwards in the Central Arabian Sea, is expected to recurve sharply by mid-day 05 Nov 19 and approach the Gujarat Coast. It is expected to make landfall near Veraval by the night of 06 Nov 19 as a Cyclonic Storm with winds of the order of 35 – 40 Knots.

Consequently, rough to very rough sea conditions are likely to effect East Central Arabian Sea and heavy rain with thunder and lightning is expected to effect South Gujarat and North Maharashtra areas.

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