Strong storm hits the Indian state of Goa, catastrophic
New Delhi: Typhoon Taute hit the Indian state of Goa, followed by torrential rains in various parts of the state and disrupted the system.
According to details, rains with strong winds are continuing in different parts of Goa due to the collision of Taota, the administration is evacuating people to a safe place, agencies are on high alert to deal with the emergency situation.
While heavy rains have been continuing in the Indian state of Kerala since yesterday, two people have been killed and dozens displaced in various incidents. The state of Gujarat was also placed on high alert in view of the storm.
It may be recalled that strong winds and heavy rains had started in the southern coastal areas of India before the storm from the previous day due to which the roofs of houses and trees were uprooted.
Hurricane Taute: Meteorological Department warns
On the other hand, the Meteorological Department has issued a warning that Typhoon Taute is moving towards the Indian state of Gujarat. In the next 18 to 24 hours, the storm may intensify.
According to the Meteorological Department, the typhoon could reach Gujarat on the afternoon or evening of May 18. Typhoon Taute has a speed of 18 km per hour. The typhoon is 1310 km southeast of Karachi. Is also likely to change.