Sports Fraternity Extends Support To Flood Victims Amidst Cyclone ‘Michuang’ In Chennai


Chennai has experienced substantial rainfall as a result of Cyclone ‘Michaung,’ leading to widespread waterlogging in numerous areas. The heavy downpour in Chennai has resulted in challenging conditions for residents and has prompted concerns about flooding and related issues in the affected areas.

Sports fraternity took to X (formerly Twitter) to extend support, express their concern for the flood victims affected by Cyclone Michuang in Chennai. Athletes, including cricketers and Indian football clubs, took to X to convey their prayers for the victims during the challenging times.

“Looks grim! With all the hours of rain predicted. Stay safe.” veteran Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin posted on X (formerly Twitter. “Chennai folks, please prioritize your safety and stay indoors – it’s crucial during times like these. A big salute to all the officials working tirelessly to improve the situation. Let’s all cooperate and get through this together”, Dinesh Karthik posted.

Indian Super League (ISL) official page took a proactive step by sharing contact details of relief centers and helpline numbers. This initiative is aimed to facilitate assistance for individuals stranded in the flooded areas due to Cyclone Michuang.

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Cyclone Michaung is expected to make landfall near Bapatla in Andhra Pradesh today forenoon. In response to this, the state has been placed on high alert, with authorities taking precautionary measures to ensure the safety of residents.



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