Cyclone Asani: Mysterious ‘Golden Chariot’ emerged from the sea in Andhra Pradesh, watch video

Everyone was surprised to see a ‘golden chariot’ suddenly emerged from the sea amid Cyclone Asani. A mysterious gold-coloured chariot was seen at Sunnapalli Sea Harbor in Andhra Pradesh’s Srikakulam district on Tuesday amid the impact of cyclonic storm Asani.

The video of its incident is going viral on social media. In the video, people on the beach can be seen pulling the chariot out of the water and bringing it to the shore. The Sub-Inspector of Naupada (Srikakulam district) said that the incident has been reported to the intelligence department. “It may have come from some other country. We have informed intelligence and higher authorities,” the SI said.

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Let us inform that the severe cyclone ‘Asani’ intensified into a cyclonic storm on Wednesday and moved towards north coastal Andhra Pradesh and its impact was visible up to 34 km in Narasapur of the state. During this time, winds gusted up to 85 kmph and heavy rain occurred in the area. The Meteorological Department gave this information. According to the department, the cyclone is likely to move away from the coast and weaken by Thursday.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in its national bulletin, “It is very likely to move northwards in the next few hours. It is once again gaining momentum from afternoon to evening on Wednesday and gradually moving north-northeastwards along Narsapur, Yanam, Kakinada, Tuni and Visakhapatnam coasts and towards west-central Bengal off north Andhra Pradesh coasts at night. There is a possibility of getting absorbed in the bay.