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Shillong, May 19:
Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K Sangma today informed that the government has reviewed the preparedness of the State to deal with any given situation arising from the super cyclone "Cyclone Amphan".
"We had discussed in details on the level of preparedness to deal with this super-cyclone," Sangma told reporters here today.
He also said that the citizens of the State coming from Bangalore will be arriving at the time when the cyclone would be approaching.
"The state government would have to take some important measures to take care of the effect of the cyclone if any. At the same time, the government is trying to ensure that the operation of bringing in people, testing them and maintaing protocols is not affected. We have discussed with the Deputy Commissioners on the necessary steps which need to be taken in such situations," he said.