Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday chaired a review meeting in Lakshadweep and took stock of the situation in the aftermath of devastating Cyclone Ockhi that hit the coastal states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, leaving many people dead and several missing, shortly after arriving here from Mangalore.
The review meeting was attended several officials of the state and the central government and the top represnsatives of various agencies involved in the relief and rescue work.
— ANI (@ANI) December 19, 2017
After arriving in Mangalore yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had left for Lakshadweep in an Army chopper to visit areas affected by the Cyclone Ockhi and to review the relief and rescue operations being carried out by various agencies.
Leaving for Mangaluru, Karnataka. Tomorrow, I will visit Lakshadweep, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala and extensively review the situation that has arisen due to #CycloneOckhi. I will meet cyclone victims, fishermen, farmers, officials and public representatives. https://t.co/XaANfnWrr4
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 18, 2017
ANI tweeted a picture of PM Modi leaving for Lakshadweep this morning.