Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu were brought to a standstill as cyclone Michuang made landfall on December 5, unleashing havoc across the region. Chennai, in particular, bore the brunt of the severe weather conditions, plunging residents into chaos with extensive power outages, waterlogged streets, and disrupted communication networks. The aftermath of the cyclone has left communities awaiting urgent relief efforts.
Amid the crisis, around 50,000 individuals from Chennai have been evacuated to safer locations, striving to cope with the calamitous impact of Michuang.
Recognizing the gravity of the situation, the Tamil Nadu government swiftly declared a holiday for all educational institutions in Chennai, Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram, and Chengalpattu districts for today. This decision aims to ensure the safety and well-being of students and faculty members amidst the aftermath of the cyclone.
The affected regions grapple with the aftermath of Michuang, with authorities and relief teams working tirelessly to restore essential services and provide aid to those affected by the devastating cyclone.