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Two Fishermen Killed 5 Missing due to Storm

According to the Meteorological Department of Odisha, ‘Cyclone Gulab has crossed from Kalingapatnam North on the previous day. And centered over North Andhra Pradesh at 8:30 pm. Cyclone Gulab is likely to weaken into a deep depression in the next 6 hours.

Two Fishermen Died After Being hit by the Storm

It hit the coasts of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on Sunday night. After the storm hit, there were high waves in the sea and there heavy rain in many areas. During this, two fishermen from Andhra Pradesh died due to the storm. At the same time, about 39000 people evacuated in Odisha and shifted to safer places. It is being told that today and tomorrow the after effect of this storm can be seen on Mumbai, the financial capital of the country.

Two Fishermen Killed in Andhra Pradesh

Resident of Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh. Two fishermen died in the ‘Gulaab’ storm that broke out in the Bay of Bengal on Sunday evening. While one is still missing. At the same time, three other fishermen have safely returned to the shore. Joint Collector Sumit Kumar said. The district administration has opened about 61 relief centers and 1100 people  kept in these centres.

The effect of Hurricane Gulab will Continue in Mumbai

According to the Meteorological Department of Odisha. On the previous day, ‘Cyclone Gulab’ crossed from Kalingapatnam North and  centered over North Andhra Pradesh at 8:30 pm. Cyclone Gulab is likely to weaken into a deep depression in the next 6 hours. Mahesh Palawat, the chief scientist of the private organization that assesses the weather, had told that. The effect of Gulab cyclone will be seen in Mumbai from 26 September. It also rained lightly here last day. On September 27 and 28, there is a possibility of heavy rain with wind in Mumbai.

Situation in Telangana-Andhra Pradesh

At the same time, people resumed their normal life in Kalingapatnam town of Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh today. People say that they experienced strong winds in the form of ‘Cyclone Rose’ in the coastal areas of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.

39000 people Evacuated to Safer places in Odisha

Odisha’s SRC PK Jena told that. Due to Cyclone Gulab, rain may increase tonight in Gajapati, Rayagada and Koraput districts of Odisha. A total of 39000 people evacuated so far. At the same time, the Meteorological Department of Odisha had told. Cyclone Gulab crossed from Kalingapatnam North and lay centered over North Andhra Pradesh at 8:30 pm. Cyclone Gulab is very likely to weaken into a Deep Depression in the next 6 hours.

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