Thakur Bhupendra Singh, Ahmedabad: A total of 74435 citizens have so far been evacuated to safer places in 8 districts affected by Cyclone Biparjoy. Along with this, concrete arrangements have been made for the supply of food packets and water. According to the Central Meteorological Department, Cyclone Biparjoy will knock at Jakhau in Kutch tomorrow evening, June 15. There is a possibility of very heavy rain in the districts. In the review meeting, Chief Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister Kailasanathan, Additional Chief Secretaries of Revenue and Health Department, along with senior Principal Secretaries, Secretaries and officers gave details of the work done by their department so far.
CM interacted with sarpanches
Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel interacted with Sarpanchs of several villages in the coastal districts including Kutch through “CM Dash-Board” in view of the possible disaster of the cyclone. Sarpanchs of villages of Dwarka, Jamnagar, Kutch and Gir-Somnath districts met the Chief Minister. 164 villages falling within a radius of 10 km from the coast were directly connected to the Chief Minister’s residence through the CM Dashboard. During this interaction of the Chief Minister, the sarpanches expressed satisfaction over the assistance being provided by the district administration and the state government. Meanwhile, there has been news of sea water entering the eleventh Maharudra Mahadev temple in Dwarka. Amidst the sea water, Union Minister Purushottam Rupala reached to visit the Eleventh Maharudra Mahadev Temple.