‘Nisarga Cyclone’ Will Not Affect Pakistan’s Tropical Coasts: NDMA

The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has revealed that the Nisarga Cyclone in the Arabian Sea is “no immediate threat”.

A statement was released in this regard which said, “Deep depression over the East-central Arabian Sea has intensified into Cyclonic Storm “NISARGA” and lay centred at 1700PST, the 2nd June near Latitude 15.8N and Longitude 71.4E, at a distance of about 1100km southeast of Karachi.”

The maximum sustained surface around the system center is 60-70 km/hour, gusting 80km/hour with sea condition rough/very rough as reveled by the statement.

“Currently none of Pakistan coastal area is under threat from this system,” it said. However, the statement has strictly advised the fishermen to take all the precautionary measures and avoid going to the deep sea till June 4.

Provincial authorities have also been advised to take all the precautionary measures.

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