Cyclone Nisarga Believed to be the Most Terrible in 100 Years, will Hit Alibag Coast Wednesday Afternoon
Mumbai : In front of Mumbai, which is facing the most patients of Corona, there is a danger of Cyclone Nisarga, believed to be the most terrible cyclonic storm in 100 years. In view of this danger, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and reviewed the entire preparations along with relief and rescue operations. In the next 12 hours, this super cyclone that rises from the Arabian Sea is going to hit the west coast. Due to this, strong winds and heavy rains have already started in the entire area. The storm’s landfall will occur in the northern coast of Maharashtra and the southern coast of Gujarat. These two coastal regions of Gujarat and Maharashtra have been declared the Red Zone. The storm is still 300 km from the coast, but its effect is visible in Maharashtra and Gujarat region.
The sound of such a storm on Mumbai is heard after 100 years. The sea in Mumbai and surrounding is in full ebullition, everyone is being warned that no one should go near the sea, people must stay at safe places. These warnings are being issued for the entire west coast by NDRF and Navy. Because the countdown of the great storm coming from the Arabian Sea has started. For the last three days, the cyclone in the Arabian Sea, has taken the form of the strongest cyclone i.e. Supercyclone and in the next 12 hours Nisarga will hit the western coast of the country.