AP CM Chandrababu Naidu To Conduct Aerial Survey Cyclone Titli Hits Areas In Srikakulam
The Titli Tuftan crossing at 5.30 am on Thursday morning at Vazhrapu kothur mandalam Pallesarathe village near Palaasa. During this time the winds created a blow.
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Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu will be visiting the affected areas due to the Tithli storm in Srikakulam district. Aerial survey will be done by helicopter in areas affected by the cyclone effect. The Ariel Survey will be held from 9 am to 9 pm today from Tekkali, Palasa and Ichapuram constituencies. He has already ordered district authorities to intensify aid operations in the affected areas. On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was asked about the hurricane situation in Andhra Pradesh. On Thursday night he telephoned Chief Minister Chandrababu. Titli has been informed about the impact, loss and the latest situation.
The tiger blast formed in the Bay of Bengal and then became a stormy windstorm in Srikakulam district. Many districts in the district have been subjected to a devastating blow. Large-scale, property, and crop losses resulted in the intensity of anticipation. Maximum 30 cm in many zones Rainfall is recorded. Eight people have been killed in the incidents of stunting trees and walls for hurricanes in different areas. Six fishermen went missing. The power and communication system is shattered.
The Titli Tuffan crossing at 5.30 am on Thursday morning at Vazhrapu kothur mandalam Pallesarathe village near Palaasa. During this time the winds created a blow. The groves from the Kotabommali, 38 km from Srikakulam and the Ichapuram on the Odisha side of the Odisha border, terrorized the people. Heavy rain from the early morning has become a bit more grave. People can not stand for the intensity of winds. The terrain of thunder caused by heavy winds and heavy rain. Coconut trees were broken.
In total, the Titli Tuffan has suffered serious losses in the Srikakulam district. Officials have come to the conclusion that the total losses amounted to Rs 1,350 crore. More than 1.44 lakh hectares of rice crop was damaged. Millions of coconuts have been demolished. Banana, Papaya and cashew plantations damaged thousands of acres. Vamshadara river flows over the river due to heavy rains in Odisha and Srikakulam districts. With this, the Gotta Barrage 22 gates were lifted. Inflow and outflow are currently 1.28 lakh cusecs in the river, officials said. Officials issued warnings that the river basin people should remain alert.