Cyclone Freddy: Cyclone Freddie is wreaking havoc in South Africa. So far, more than 300 people have lost their lives due to the storm. Lakhs of people have become homeless.
Cyclone Freddy is wreaking havoc in Malawi and Mozambique in South Africa. The storm and torrential rains for the past four days have added to the woes of the local people. Relief and rescue operations are being carried out by relief personnel and local people.
PM Modi expressed grief
It has been told in the report of the Meteorological Department that after the cyclone, the risk of flood has also increased. Prime Minister Modi has expressed condolences on the storm in Malawi. Expressing grief over the loss of lives in Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar due to Cyclone Freddy, PM Modi said that India stands with the people of the affected countries in their difficult times.
So far 326 people have lost their lives in the grip of the storm.
Malawi’s Disaster Management Department said that the cyclonic storm has killed 326 people so far. Department officials told that Chilobwe of Malawi is most affected by Cyclone Freddy, where a large number of people have lost their lives and thousands of people are said to be missing.
President Lazarus Chakwera sought help from the countries of the world
News agency AFP quoted Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera as saying that the death toll from the storm has increased from 225 to 326, the number of displaced people has also increased to 1,83,159. President Chakwera has sought help from the countries of the world. For the first time, Freddy Cyclone caused havoc in Madagascar and Mozambique in southern Africa in late February, and then the cyclone returned to the Indian Ocean. This time the havoc of the storm has been seen the most in Malawi.
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