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Cyclone Vayu in Gujarat LIVE updates: Modi, Shah in touch with state govt; Rajnath reviews preparations of coast guard, navy

Firstpost Thursday, 13 June 2019
Cyclone Vayu in Gujarat LIVE updates: State Revenue Minister Kaushik Patel said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah are in constant touch with Vijay Rupani, Gujarat Chief Minister. He also mentioned that a few senior ministers have gone to the districts to coordinate and review the situation.
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News video: West coast on alert as Gujarat braces for Cyclone Vayu's landfall on June 13

West coast on alert as Gujarat braces for Cyclone Vayu's landfall on June 13 01:19

The west coast is on alert with the Indian Meteorological Department warning that Cyclone Vayu is likely to make landfall in Gujarat on June 13.

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