Fani reaches Meghalaya


The outer horizon of cyclone Fani has reached Meghalaya and there has been very heavy rainfall since last night triggering hundreds of falls and some are dangerously threatening to snap the main roads.

Here is the video grab has taken by a passenger this morning in the Shillong-Mawsynram road, which is the wettest place on earth.

The Meghalaya government has sought deployment of a platoon of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) in the state in view of Cyclone Fani, officials said.

One NDRF platoon, comprising 25 to 30 personnel, has been sought from Guwahati, Meghalaya Revenue and Disaster Minister Kyrmen Shylla said.

The IMD has warned of thundersquall accompanied with gusty winds and heavy rains for the next 48 hours across the northeastern states, including Meghalaya.

“We have requested the NDRF to deploy at least one platoon at the state capital. The NDRF personnel would assist the state in case of any emergency,” Shylla said

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