Cyclone Fani: PM Modi conducts research into the air in Odisha

BHUBANESWAR: Premier Narendra Modi Performed An Aerial Photo Survey On Monday To Assess The Loss And Destruction In Areas Affected By Cyclone Fani.

He Was Received By Odisha Governor Ganeshi Lal, Prime Minister Naveen Patnaik And Foreign Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

All Three Joined PM Modes In His Aerial Photo Survey.

Cyclone Fani Hit Odisha On Friday, Causing Heavy Rainfall Paired With Wind That Touched The Speed Of 200 Km/h.

The Cyclone, The Worst April Storm In 43 Years, Caused" Huge Damage" ; In Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Puri And Khordha Districts In The State, According To The Odisha Government.

Premier Modi Had Previously Announced That The Center Has Released Rs 1,000 Crore To Odisha And Other States To Tackle The Devastation Caused By Cyclone Fani.

Sunday The Prime Minister Had Posted On His Official Twitter Handle:" Coming Tomorrow Morning In Odisha, Where I Will Discuss The Situation With Cyclone Fani And Hold Meetings With Top Officials. The Center Is Doing Everything To Offer All Possible Help In Emergency - And Rehabilitation Measures En Route. "

On Sunday, The National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC), Under Cabinet Secretary P. K. Sinha, Spent The Relief Measures In The Areas Of Odisha And Andhra Pradesh Affected By Cyclone Fani With The Relevant States And Central Ministries And Agencies.