According to the latest news, Odisha Cyclone Titli has made a landfall near Gopalpur on Thursday early morning. As the report says that Odisha govt. have claimed to achieve the “Mission Zero Casualty”. Cyclone Hurricane Butterfly to reach the coastal shores of northern Andhra Pradesh and southern Odisha. As a result, the garden has moved towards Bengal. A boat of fishermen submerged in Gopalpur by the storm of a sea storm. There were five fishermen who rescued. A person has died in hurricane Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh.
The Odisha Meteorological Department has issued a warning of storm winds for the next 12 hours. As a precaution, three lakh people evacuated from coastal areas in Odisha to safer places.
The butterfly’s landfill is located 86 km south-west of Gopalpur in Odisha. Due to the strong winds, there are reports of falling power pole and tree in many areas. NDRF teams deployed for relief and rescue.
Tornado winds in Gopalpur are reaching at a speed of 140 to 150 kmph. Wind speed is estimated at 165 kmph. According to the information, storm surge recorded at Gopalpur at around 126 km per hour in the morning and 56 km per hour in Kalipatnam.
Odisha Cyclone Alert: Titli Hits Odisha Coast
Andhra Pradesh’s CM Chandrababu Naidu reached the governance monitoring center of Amravati on Thursday morning to take stock of the storm. Maybe the speed of the storm is so high due to which many trees in Gopalpur and Berhampur crushed. Above all, Rahul Gandhi also talked about Odisha Cyclone. He hoped that Odisha and Andhra Pradesh govt is ready to handle such worst situation due to a heavy storm.
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As the ‘butterfly’ moves towards Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, the administration got the setup. NDRF teams of 18 teams deployed in different districts to avoid damage to the storm. Odisha government issued a red alert to butterfly storm in many areas of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, and Bengal. Around 3 lakh people have been taken to the safe places.
Due to Odisha Cyclone, the Odisha government decides that schools and colleges close on the 11th and 12th October. Apart from this, Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik has also convened a high-level meeting to take stock of the preparations for the storm. Given the effect of ‘butterfly’ on the northern Andhra Pradesh and southern Odisha coast. Due to Odisha Cyclone, many trains have been canceled, while some have changed the route.
All schools, colleges, and Anganwadi centers close on 11 & 12 October. But the teachers are on their duty. Furthermore, Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi said that the student union elections going to be held on October 11 in the state. But now as per the current situation government announced that elections have been canceled. For more updates follow newshubupdate.com on Facebook and Twitter.