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Gujarat is facing onslaught of #CycloneVayu in next 12 hours and national media Govt PR service is peddling stories of NDRF teams deployment and Govt preparedness in full blast as expected. But a basic hole in the story is ignored. There’s no “Cyclone Detection Radar Network”
On Gujarat’s longest coastline in Saurashtra unlike India’s eastern coast where cyclone Phani was detected and monitored by the minute. A CDR helps monitoring equatorial cyclone activity closely and helps immensely. Sadly the BJP Govts in centre and state have failed to install
this basic system which is installed in Chennai, Machhlipattnam, Vizag and even Kolkata, Paradeep, Gopalpur. North & West radar network is abysmal and doesn’t work effectively beyond Bombay. Bhuj in Kutch, Gujarat has a prehistoric unit that’s ineffective needing modernisation.
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