'Okhi' Storm: Things Better in Kerala-Lakshadweep, Threats in Mumbai, Naval Western Command Alert


  • 'Okhi' Storm: Things Better in Kerala-Lakshadweep, Threats in Mumbai, Naval Western Command Alert
    'Okhi' Storm: Things Better in Kerala-Lakshadweep, Threats in Mumbai, Naval Western Command Alert
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Hurricane Okhi in southern India has caused a major catastrophe and now it is moving towards Surat at a speed of about 20 to 30 km. It is feared to hit the coast on December 6. The storm is about 450 km away from Mumbai. Schools have also been discharged in Mumbai due to the storm warning. But the possibility of this storm coming to Mumbai is less. At the same time, the situation in Kerala and Lakshadweep is better and everything is under control. Due to this storm, fishermen in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa have been advised not to go to the sea. The Western Command of the Navy is on high alert regarding Oki. Naval warships are ready to deal with any situation.

Due to this storm, it is raining since last night in Mumbai. It is feared that if there is heavy rains, there can be floods and people's lives may be devastated. Right now, the rain is normal and there is no rain in the rain, that is, there is nothing to fear. Earlier, there has been considerable loss of life of traffic in Tamil Nadu and Kerala due to the passing of Hurricane Oki. In both the states, 13 people died due to heavy rains and severe thunderstorm. Since the storm, many fishermen are still missing, whose search is continuing.



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