India, Pakistan are battling winds, flooding as a result of Cyclone Biparjoy

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India, Pakistan are battling winds, flooding as a result of Cyclone Biparjoy

India, Pakistan, Cyclone Biparjoy,
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Cyclone Buparjoy, a very severe cyclone from the Arabian Sea, has slowed down to 6 to 8 km per hour towards the coast, but its spread and intensity remain, a category 3 storm (today) on Thursday night. At any time, the southeast coastal area of ​​Sindh will hit Kati Bandar, Karachi is not directly threatened by the storm, but in case of strong winds and heavy rains, besides Karachi, the adjacent areas including Thatta, Sajawal, Badin, Tharparkar and Malir. Around 82,000 people have been evacuated from the cyclone-prone areas and have been moved to 63 campuses in schools and permanent buildings, all relevant military and civil institutions are on alert. And ready to deal with the situation, the public is advised to take precautionary measures to avoid any chaos.

India, Pakistan, Cyclone Biparjoy,
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Federal Minister for Climate Change and Environmental Coordination Senator Sherry Rehman and National Disaster Management Authority Chairman Lt. Gen. Inam Haider Malik after the review meeting held on Thursday about the situation of Cyclone Bipar Joy and the measures taken to deal with it. Briefed the media in a joint press conference. The federal minister said that the speed of the storm has decreased, due to which the exact time of its landfall and collision has changed, similarly, the direction of the storm has also changed somewhat, but the dangers associated with the storm remain unchanged and it According to all measures are being implemented. He said that Bipper Joy is a category 3 very severe storm with surface wind speed of 120 to 140 kmph while its center can reach 180 kmph.


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The distance of Cyclone Biparjoy from the Arabian Sea has further decreased from Kati Bandar. According to the National Disaster Management Authority, the cyclone was 125 km from Kati Bandar, 230 km from Karachi, and 220 km from Thatta on Thursday evening. The cyclone is likely to hit Kati Bandar and the central coastal region of Indian Gujarat by late night. The progress of Biparjoy is being continuously monitored in NDMA, according to which the speed of the storm has been reduced but its intensity remains unchanged. Possible impacts of a hurricane include high winds, heavy rains, and flooding. All concerned agencies are on high alert, in case of any emergency, citizens should contact the relevant administration and follow their instructions.

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