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Chennai, Dec 5 – Union Home Minister Amit Shah reached out to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin to discuss and offer support in the aftermath of Cyclone Michaung. The cyclone wreaked havoc in Chennai and northern parts of the state, causing widespread damage.

During the telephonic conversation, Chief Minister Stalin briefed Mr. Amit Shah on the extent of damages incurred in Chennai, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, and Chengalpattu districts. He also outlined the ongoing relief efforts undertaken by the state government, including collaborative initiatives with NDRF personnel and the police.

Mr. Stalin sought additional NDRF personnel for enhanced relief operations and informed the Union Home Minister that a comprehensive assessment of the damages would be conducted. The Chief Minister expressed the state’s intention to seek necessary assistance from the Union Government based on the evaluation.

Amit Shah, in response, assured Mr. Stalin that the central government would provide full support to the state in its relief and rescue endeavors. The Home Minister pledged assistance and collaboration to address the aftermath of Cyclone Michaung effectively.

The cyclone had severely impacted the region, leading to casualties, injuries, and extensive damage to infrastructure. The collaborative efforts between the state and central government aim to expedite relief operations and aid in the recovery process.