Bali braces for eruption of Mount Agung; 'Stay Away' India issues Travel advisory
Source : NewsBharatiDate : 24-Sep-2017
Bali, September 24: Thousands of locals have been evacuated from the villages near Bali due to the imminent eruption of Mount Agung volcano. The Indian Embassy in Indonesia has issued a travel advisory for the Indian tourists visiting Bali.The Travel advisory appeals Indian tourists to 'keep abreast' with the latest situation through their tour operators before finalising plans. Those who are already travelling nearby Bali region, are advised to avoid travel north and east Bali.
Indian consulate in Bali has released emergency contact number.
The emergency contact numbers are : +62 811 3976 388 or +62 811 3867 270 or tweet at @cgibali .
Mount Agung is Bali’s biggest mountain and volcanic activities have been seen around. Local authorities have declared that the level of eruptions has increased from III to IV which is the highest level in Indonesia. More than 34,000 people have fled from Bali due to the magnitude of tremors grows, it could erupt again after more than 50 years.