Waves lash over onto a shoreline in Mumbai on May 17, 2021, as Cyclone Tauktae, packing ferocious winds and threatening a destructive storm, surge bore down on India, disrupting the country’s response to its devastating Covid-19 outbreak. (Photo by Sujit Jaiswal / AFP)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced ₹2 lakh compensation for each and every family who died in the Tauktae cyclone in Gujarat. Gujarat has been affected the most by the Tauktae Cyclone in Indiaa. Many buldings, infrastructures and roads collapsed due to the heavy rain and wind. ₹50000 would be paid to the people who are injured in Gujarat. The Tauktae Cyclone made the landfall in the Gujarat state with the speed of 114kmph. NDRF team has evacuated many people from the sea surface and shifted to a safety place. The farms in Gujarat and Maharashtra totally destroyed. An amount of ₹1000 Crore will be given to the Gujarat state for the relief work from the Central Government. The cyclone is now weakened into a depression and moved towards North Western States.

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