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Indian Navy aircraft, ships on standby for cyclone Bulbul

Kolkata: The Indian Navy has stored on standby its plane and three ships for instant deployment within the eventuality of any injury by extreme cyclonic storm Bulbul, which is anticipated to make landfall by Saturday midnight, a Defence Ministry spokesperson mentioned.

The spokesperson mentioned the Japanese Naval Command (ENC) was intently monitoring the motion of the cyclonic storm because it goes northwards.

“Naval plane deployed within the Bay of Bengal have been warning fishing boats concerning the impinging cyclone and advising them to return to the closest harbour for shelter.

“Three Indian Navy ships are on standby in Visakhapatnam with reduction materials embarked for instant deployment to essentially the most affected areas to undertake reduction and rescue operations,” the spokesperson mentioned.

Ten diving and medical groups have additionally been stored prepared for augmenting rescue and reduction efforts in Odisha and West Bengal.

The Naval plane are stored prepared at Naval Air Station, INS Dega to undertake aerial survey of essentially the most affected areas, casualty evacuation and airdrop of reduction materials as required by the state administrations.

“Naval Officers-in-Charge, West Bengal and Odisha are in constant liaison with respective state administrations for rendering assistance as required,” the spokesperson added.

In an replace on the cyclone at 11.30 a.m., the Regional Meteorological Centre right here mentioned the storm is now positioned 110 kilometre south-southwest of the coastal resort of Digha in East Midnapore and Sagar islands in 24 Parganas South districts in West Bengal.

As for Odisha, the storm is now 120 kilometre east-southeast of Chandbali in Bhadrak and 125 kilometre east-northeast of Paradip in Jagatsinghpur districts.

The storm is more likely to weaken regularly and transfer northeastwards and cross West Bengal-Bangladesh coasts between Sagar island and Bangladesh’s Khepurpara throughout Sundarban delta by Saturday midnight as a extreme cyclonic storm with a most sustained wind pace of 110-120 kilometres per hour, gusting to 135 kilometre per hour.

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