Modi grants 1000 Crore INR for Cyclone Fani relief in India

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Cyclone Fani

The Indian government has allocated $144 million for hurricane relief to storm-hit areas in the northeast of the country. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: “The central government is at this volatile moment with all of you.” for Cyclone Fani Video.

“The central government is in constant contact with governments in Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Poduchiri,” he said at an election rally in Rajasthan.

“The NDRF (National Disaster Response Force), the Indian Coast Guard, the Indian Army, and the Navy with its full strength are working with the Department.”

About 10,000 villages and 52 townships are located in nine districts of the eastern state of Odisha in the direct line of the tropical Cyclone Fani Video.

India classified Fannie as a “severe storm” and deployed ships and helicopters for relief and rescue operations. Army and Air Force units have also been put on standby in the states of Odisha, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh.

What has been the most powerful tropical cyclone in India for 20 years has spread to the east coast of the country on Friday, with officials evacuating about one million people.

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The season has no specific beginning and end, such as the Atlantic hurricane season, but has two main periods of activity: late April to early June and October to November.

These two periods before and after the southwestern monsoon season in India. This season lasts from June to September and provides India with the vast majority of annual rainfall. Three people have been killed as cyclone Fani made a landfall in Puri on Odisha coast around 8 am .

Tropical cyclone activity during the monsoon season is very rare because monsoons are characterized by high wind cut, making it difficult for tropical storms to form Cyclone Fani Video.

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