Prime Minister Narendra Modi at this time reached Bhavnagar in Gujarat to assessment the scenario within the state within the aftermath of cyclone Tauktae.
PM Modi landed at Bhavnagar from Delhi and proceeded for an aerial survey of Una, Diu, Jafarabad and Mahuva, an official stated.
After the survey, the Prime Minister is scheduled to carry a assessment assembly at Ahmedabad.
Thirteen individuals have been killed in Gujarat as cyclone Tauktae hit components of the state and left behind a path of destruction alongside the coast, uprooting electrical poles, timber and damaging hundreds of homes and roads.
In what was one of many worst cyclones confronted by the state, Tauktae triggered heavy rains in lots of components alongside its manner from the Saurashtra coast to North Gujarat with 46 talukas receiving over 100 mm of downpour, whereas 12 of them recorded 150 mm to 175 mm of rains.
Cyclone Tauktae, characterised as a ‘extreme cyclonic storm’ on Monday, has now weakened right into a despair and lay centred over south Rajasthan and adjoining Gujarat area this morning, the India Meteorological Department stated.
Over 16,000 homes have been broken, greater than 40,000 timber and over 70,000 electrical poles uprooted, whereas 5,951 villages confronted complete energy blackout because of the cyclonic storm in Gujarat, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani stated.
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