Experiences from the past saved lives, but the farmers in Andhra have a hard time

VISAKHAPATNAM: On Saturday, A Look Of Normality Wore After It Was Tackled By Heavy Rain And Wind Gusts Due To The 'Extremely Severe'. Having Learned His Lesson From The Past Cyclone, Officials Were Shortly After The Cyclone Made Their Entry And The Power And Water Supply Recovered By Saturday Night In Almost All Villages Affected By Cyclone. Meanwhile, Residents Of Probable Flooding Villages, Hiding For Two Days In Cyclone Retention Centers, Returned To Their Homes.

However, The Cyclone Has Destroyed The Life Of Thousands Of Farmers, Named From The Tekkali Income Region, Because Fani Was The Second Cyclone For The Last Six Months. District Collector J Nivas Held A Meeting On Saturday With Officials From Various Departments. He Said That The Original Estimates Brought The Losses To About 59 Crore." 44 Teams And Three Rescue Teams With Advanced Equipment Have Cleared Uprooted Trees. Around 1,500 Red Cross Volunteers Participated In Relief," Said Nivas. He Directed The Complaints Of The Victims In A Direct Way.

STOI, Chief Inspector, EPDCL, Srikakulam, B Deva Vara Prasad, Said That The Cyclone Has Affected The Power Supply In About 733 Villages." The Power Supply Has Been Restored In Most Villages. The Remaining Villages Will Have Power On Saturday Night," He Said.

S Bhaskar Reddy, Sales Director Division Of The Tekkali Division, Said:" Well-targeted Evacuation Plans And Cyclone Reception Centers Ensured That No Victims Fell.