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Cyclone Vayu: State/UT advised for timely evacuation of people from coastal areas

Gujarat and Diu Administration has planned to evacuate about 3 lakh people from the identified vulnerable areas starting the early morning of 12th June 2019.

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 11-06-2019 20:15 IST | Created: 11-06-2019 20:15 IST
Cyclone Vayu: State/UT advised for timely evacuation of people from coastal areas
Union Home Minister is regularly reviewing the situation and Union Home Secretary will take a review meeting on 12th June with the Central Ministries/Agencies and Chief Secretary/Adviser of Gujarat and Diu. Image Credit: Twitter(@PIB_India)

Following the High-Level Review meeting taken by Union Home Minister on Cyclone 'Vayu', Ministry of Home Affairs has issued detailed advisories to the State of Gujarat and UT of Diu requesting them to take all precautionary measures with a view to ensure that no human life is lost, damage to vital infrastructure is minimized and to ensure early recovery of all essential services post-cyclone landfall. State/UT Governments have also been advised for timely evacuation of people from low-lying coastal and vulnerable areas.

Gujarat and Diu Administration has planned to evacuate about 3 lakh people from the identified vulnerable areas starting the early morning of 12th June 2019. The evacuated people will be shifted to around 700 cyclone/relief shelters. In consultation with State Administration, 39 NDRF Teams are being pre-positioned in and Diu for helping the State/UT Administration in evacuation, search, rescue and relief operations. In addition, 34 teams of Army are also put on standby.

Union Home Minister is regularly reviewing the situation and Union Home Secretary will take a review meeting on 12th June with the Central Ministries/Agencies and Chief Secretary/Adviser of Gujarat and Diu.

(With Inputs from PIB)


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