New Delhi Kerala and Tamil Nadu are on alert regarding the cyclone Burwi. In the wake of Cyclone Byuravi, 177 people have been shifted from Ponmudi Hill station in Trivandrum district to a relief camp at Government High School in Anpara. Due to the cyclone, the process of shifting people to a safe place is going on. Tuticorin Airport in Tamil Nadu has been closed for operations till 12 pm tomorrow.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday spoke to the Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu and Kerala regarding the cyclone Burwi and assured them of all possible cooperation from the Center. Shah tweeted, “Talked to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami and Kerala Chief Ministers Pinarayi Vijayan in the wake of Cyclone Byuravi. The Modi government is committed to providing all possible help to the people of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. NDRF’s Several teams are already deployed in both states. “
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Wednesday that Cyclone Buravi is expected to cross the South Tamil Nadu coast between Pamban and Kanyakumari between 3 and 4 December. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that there was a high alert in the state in view of Cyclone Burwi.
‘Buravi’ storm: PM talks to Tamil Nadu, Kerala Chief Ministers, assures full help
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday spoke to the Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu and Kerala and discussed the situation in many parts of these states due to cyclonic storm ‘Buravi’. Modi assured Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Palaniswami and Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan of all possible help from the Center. In reference to a conversation with the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, the Prime Minister tweeted, “We discussed the situation that is being caused by Cyclone Burwee in many parts of the state. The Central Government will provide all possible support to Tamil Nadu. I pray for the safety of the people living in the affected areas. ”
Talking with the Chief Minister of Kerala, he said that he has discussed with Vijayan on the situation that is being created due to cyclonic storm Burwi and the central government will provide all possible support to Kerala. “The Prime Minister said,” I am in the affected areas of Kerala I wish for the safety of the people living in India. “The Indian Meteorological Department has said in a bulletin that after reaching Sri Lanka’s Trincomalee, Buravi is expected to come towards the Comorin area around the Gulf of Mannar and Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu. . The department said that it would then move west-southwest and cross the South Tamil Nadu coast between Kanyakumari and Pamban on the morning of December 4.