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Disaster management arrangements are in readiness:Kiran Bedi

Press Trust of India  |  Puducherry 

: With cyclonic storm NADA likely to hit and Karaikal regions, Lt Governor Kiran Bedi today said the has put in place all necessary disaster management arrangements.

Already has declared a holiday for two days starting tomorrow in the two regions as a precautionary measure, she said in a twitter message.



Meanwhile Development Commissioner Kumar held a meeting with officials of PWD, LAD and other departments concerned with relief and rehabilitation works.

A release said the meeting reviewed arrangements made in the context of the cyclone.As many as 179 relief centres would operate for accommodating people in case an exigency arises.

Officials of Police, PWD, LAD and other departments were keeping a close vigil on all areas prone to be hit by the cyclone and heavy rains .

Coastal pockets would be particularly taken care of and movement of people on the coastal belt would also be restricted.

The services of the National Diasaster Relief Force would also be requisitioned in case a necessity arose, the release said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Disaster management arrangements are in readiness:Kiran Bedi

: With cyclonic storm NADA likely to hit Puducherry and Karaikal regions, Lt Governor Kiran Bedi today said the government has put in place all necessary disaster management arrangements. Already government has declared a holiday for two days starting tomorrow in the two regions as a precautionary measure, she said in a twitter message. Meanwhile Development Commissioner Narendra Kumar held a meeting with officials of PWD, LAD and other departments concerned with relief and rehabilitation works. A release said the meeting reviewed arrangements made in the context of the cyclone.As many as 179 relief centres would operate for accommodating people in case an exigency arises. Officials of Police, PWD, LAD and other departments were keeping a close vigil on all areas prone to be hit by the cyclone and heavy rains . Coastal pockets would be particularly taken care of and movement of people on the coastal belt would also be restricted. The services of the National ... : With cyclonic storm NADA likely to hit and Karaikal regions, Lt Governor Kiran Bedi today said the has put in place all necessary disaster management arrangements.

Already has declared a holiday for two days starting tomorrow in the two regions as a precautionary measure, she said in a twitter message.

Meanwhile Development Commissioner Kumar held a meeting with officials of PWD, LAD and other departments concerned with relief and rehabilitation works.

A release said the meeting reviewed arrangements made in the context of the cyclone.As many as 179 relief centres would operate for accommodating people in case an exigency arises.

Officials of Police, PWD, LAD and other departments were keeping a close vigil on all areas prone to be hit by the cyclone and heavy rains .

Coastal pockets would be particularly taken care of and movement of people on the coastal belt would also be restricted.

The services of the National Diasaster Relief Force would also be requisitioned in case a necessity arose, the release said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Disaster management arrangements are in readiness:Kiran Bedi

: With cyclonic storm NADA likely to hit and Karaikal regions, Lt Governor Kiran Bedi today said the has put in place all necessary disaster management arrangements.

Already has declared a holiday for two days starting tomorrow in the two regions as a precautionary measure, she said in a twitter message.

Meanwhile Development Commissioner Kumar held a meeting with officials of PWD, LAD and other departments concerned with relief and rehabilitation works.

A release said the meeting reviewed arrangements made in the context of the cyclone.As many as 179 relief centres would operate for accommodating people in case an exigency arises.

Officials of Police, PWD, LAD and other departments were keeping a close vigil on all areas prone to be hit by the cyclone and heavy rains .

Coastal pockets would be particularly taken care of and movement of people on the coastal belt would also be restricted.

The services of the National Diasaster Relief Force would also be requisitioned in case a necessity arose, the release said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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