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Indian Coast Guard releases Dornier aircraft, ships to caution anglers after low pressure develops in Bay of Bengal

Indian Coast Guard releases Dornier aircraft, ships to caution anglers after low pressure develops in Bay of Bengal

The Indian Coast Guard( ICG) on Thursday deployed Dornier aircraft and ships to warn anglers to return to the coast following weather condition caution issued for the next couple of days. The Met Workplace has actually anticipated heavy rains over the next number of days.

There is a low pressure developing in the Bay of Bengal for which ICG is putting in all efforts to alert fishers at sea and merchant vessels in AOR to continue to the nearby harbor for security.

CG assets generally CG Dornier airplane and ships are released for the same to issue cautioning at sea. “Our aim is “Nil casualty at sea” and efficient SAR action in case any such mishap is reported,” stated an official.

India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to weighty rains in West Bengal over the next few days. National Catastrophe Relief Force (NDRF) has actually swung into action and has actually released 3 teams to Bengal 2 NDRF groups that have been released at Kakdwip and one at Ramnagar.

IMD has issued an alert concerning serious weather condition activity over Gangetic West Bengal during October 22-24 due to depression over North West Bay of Bengal. According to IMD, heavy to weighty rainfall is highly likely to take place over coastal districts of West Bengal throughout October 22-23 with a wind speed of 40-50 kmph.

Wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph would occur over East Midnapore, North & South 24 Parganas districts. During October 22-24, wind speed reaching 30-40 kmph gusting to 50 kmph would take place over Kolkata, Howrah, and Hooghly districts on October 23 and 24.

Waterlogging is anticipated in some parts of Kolkata and the Community location of coastal districts on October 23-24. It is anticipated that heavy rains would affect standing crops in seaside districts of West Bengal.

The authorities have encouraged fishing boats to not go to sea from October 22-24, and those at sea are asked to return to the coast before October 22. The federal government has suspended water-bound activities at Digha, Mandarmani, Shankarpur, Sagar island from October 22-24. Ferry services will stay completely suspended at Sunderban locations on October 23-24.

The farming department has actually recommended the early cutting of crops in coastal locations. Likewise, the government has asked the District Magistrates to notify puja organizers to take steps to avoid damage to Puja Pandals.

Indian Coast Guard releases Dornier airplane ships to alert fishers after low pressure develops in the Bay of Bengal.

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