Since many coastal districts in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry acquired very excessive rainfall on Wednesday and Thursday on account of Cyclone, the Central Water Commission (CWC) too stored an in depth watch on water our bodies, together with reservoirs, to place neighbourhoods on alert, if required.
“We are closely monitoring the situation in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in the wake of Cyclone Nivar… The NDRF teams are already on ground to help people in need,” tweeted Union residence minister Amit Shah after talking to chief ministers of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. He assured all of them potential assist from the Centre.
A central group will go to the affected areas to evaluate the injury. Both Tamil Nadu and Puducherry will get monetary help on the premise of an evaluation. “The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) will continue its relief and rehabilitation measures in coordination with state authorities and the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA),” mentioned an official.
The ministry of earth sciences (MoES) on Thursday praised the IMD for its “perfect forecast” of the Cyclone ‘Nivar’ three days prematurely which may end in huge evacuation workout routines in each Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.
“This was possible due to improved observations, state of art weather prediction models and experienced field forecasters,” mentioned Madhavan Rajeevan, secretary, MoES, which is the nodal ministry of the IMD.
The Cyclone was being monitored always by doppler climate radar at Chennai, Karaikal and Sriharikota. “We could operate all three radars which helped us track better,” mentioned Rajeevan whereas appreciating IMD’s shut interplay with the NDMA, NDRF and state authorities.
In the context of dissemination of Cyclone alerts by social media, he, nevertheless, tweeted that “it could have been more appropriate if IMD tweeted in Tamil instead of Hindi”.