East-Coast Railway cancels 95 trains due to cyclone


Orissa: Hurricane Jawad is making my eyes water ( Cyclone Jawad ). According to the meteorological department, the low pressure in the southeastern Bay of Bengal and the adjoining Andaman Sea region will increase its strength on Saturday morning in North Andhra Pradesh and South Orissa. Odisha on alert ) Will reach near the coast.

In that sense, the East Coast Railway Andhra Pradesh and Orissa have canceled about 95 trains for three days as a precautionary measure. An official statement said trains passing through the area between December 2-4 had been canceled. Cyclone Jawad is expected to hit coastal districts on Saturday, according to IMD sources.

That low pressure cyclone in the Bay of Bengal is likely to turn into Java. This is the name given by Saudi Arabia. The word Jawad means – generous or great. But now everyone is asleep for fear of this generous cyclone. Concerns are growing in Bengal, even though the state is not expected to be hit.

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The Meteorological Department has forecast heavy to very heavy rains in East Midnapore on Saturday. Heavy rains are also expected in West Midnapore, Jhargram, two 24 Parganas and Howrah. The amount of rain may increase on Sunday. Heavy to very heavy rain warning has been issued for two Midnapore, two 24 Parganas, Jhargram, Kolkata and Howrah on Sunday.

Heavy rains are expected in all the districts of South Bengal including Purulia, Bankura, Nadia, Murshidabad, East Burdwan, West Burdwan and Malda on Sunday. Fishermen are prohibited from going to sea from Friday to Sunday.
Aromatic harvest season in Bengali calendar. There are still many crops in the field. Anxiety in this situation has further increased the forecast of stormy winds.
<< (Wind will start from the morning of the 4th. Stormy wind in coastal - 45-55 kms. Gasting 75. Increase in speed of 60-70 kmol. Gasting 60. It will continue for 12 hours from evening.) >>

The Prime Minister held an important meeting on Thursday on possible cyclones.

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