The Cyclonic storm Nisarga is getting closer to the coastline of Gujarat and Maharashtra. The name Nisarga means the Nature and it was named by Bangladesh. It was accorded by a group of countries in a certain list. The scientific community and disaster managers named these tropical cyclones, to create awareness and circulate all the warning among the wide civilizations. The naming for the cyclones in Indian Oceans started in 2000 and formula was agreed in terms on 2004.
The World Meteorological Organisation, UN Economic, Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific were in 27th session in the year 2000. They agreed to assign the names for the tropical cyclones in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. The list was prepared by the panel of 8 countries, including Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Oman, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Later in 2018, Iran, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Yemen joined the panel. According to IMD, the names should choose by considering politics, religion, gender, culture. It should not harm any sentiments, must be short and easy to say.
Right now, the storm is approaching with 100kmph wind speed. Palghar, Pune, Thane, Mumbai, Raigad, Dhule and Nandurbar, Nashik is going to witness a strong and heavy rainfall by June 3 mornings. Mumbai Police issued an order under section 144 of CrPC to prevent any public movement on beaches or any other places near the coast.