Cyclone Brevi is expected to land on Friday, so Thiruvananthapuram Airport in Kerala will remain closed for eight hours starting Friday morning.
More than 2000 rescue camps have been opened in Kerala, as the Indian Express reports that the cyclone is expected to bring 2000 rescue camps.
Prime Minister of Kerala, Pinaraien Villayan, chaired a high-level meeting with senior officials and informed Interior Minister Amit Shah of an action plan to tackle the cyclone.
Vijayan said at least 2,891 relief camps had been opened in various parts of the state and emergency centers had been opened at the district level, adding that the health sector was ready to fight emergencies.
Red warnings are ringing in various districts of Kerala. About 15,840 people have migrated from the disaster area.
IMD predicted that the storm would cross the border area between the province’s Thiruvananthapuram and Column districts.
Given the stormy weather and sea conditions, the Indian Coast Guard is relaying weather messages to warn ships and fishermen. In addition to the ground assets of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka, 35 disaster relief teams are ready on the east and west coasts awaiting search and rescue operations.
According to the India Meteorological Department, as of 14:30 on Thursday, the Cyclone Brevi was near Panvan and the associated wind speeds were 70-80kmph to 90kmph. The cyclone is projected to travel across the Panban region in the following three Horus and across the southern coast of Tamil Nadu between Panban and Kanyakumari on Thursday and Friday nights, or before dawn on Friday.
On Thursday, Federal Interior Minister Amit Shah met with the Prime Ministers of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the wake of Cyclone Brevi and promised as much support as possible from the center.
“I spoke with Prime Minister Edappadi K Paraniswami of Tamil Nadu and CM Pinaraien Bijayan of Kerala in the wake of Cyclone Brevi.
“Several NDRF teams have already been deployed in both states,” Shah said in a tweet.
Meanwhile, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team has reached several locations in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. This is because the two states are preparing for Cyclone Brevi.
NDRF officials said Wednesday that the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is ready ahead of the cyclone Brevi that will hit the coasts of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Orissa tomorrow.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the cyclone storm Brevi crosses the southern coast of Tamil Nadu, surrounded by Panban and Kanyakumari, from December 3 to December 4, with wind speeds of 70-80 km / h. It is expected.
Wednesday’s IMD also issued a red warning to the Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, and Alappuzha districts of Kerala on December 3, taking into account the approach of the cyclone.
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