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Tamil Nadu CM visits Cuddalore to meet people affected by cyclone 'Nivar'

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Tamil Nadu CM visits Cuddalore to meet people affected by cyclone 'Nivar'

Tamil Nadu CM visits Cuddalore to meet people affected by cyclone 'Nivar'

Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Edappadi Palaniswami visited a relief camp in Devanampattinam of Cuddalore district to meet people affected by 'Cyclone Nivar'.

He also distributed relief materials among them.

The cyclone 'Nivar' hit the coastal areas of Puducherry and affected Tamil Nadu on wee hours of Nov 26.


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