26 thousand Cusec waters in Yamuna. released

Rising water level of the Yamuna River in Kairana
– Photo: SHAMLI

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Karaana. The water level of Yamuna rises due to the rains in the hills and plains. On Friday, 25831 Cusec water was released per second in Yamuna due to the rise in water pressure at Tajo Wala Dam. The released water is expected to reach Kairana by Saturday.
About ten days ago, the water level of the Yamuna rose to an altitude of 229.6 meters above sea level due to the release of 43,000 cusec of water from the Tajowala Dam. Due to the low water pressure, the water level was around 229 meters. Due to the rains in the mountains, the water pressure at the Tajowala Dam increased on Friday, releasing 25831 cusec (cubic feet) of water per second from the Tajowala Dam into the Yamuna River at 6 a.m. on Friday.
Sonu, the computer operator at Hathnikund Barrage, the Tajo Wala Dam control room, said the Yamuna was discharging 25,831 cusecs of water per second at 6 a.m. on Friday. It was later reduced to 11,000 046 cusecs at 10 a.m., but after that the amount of water released in Yamuna at 3 p.m. increased to 17,826 cusecs per second due to the increase in water pressure at the Tajo Wala dam. The water level of Yamuna is likely to rise when that water reaches Kairana on Saturday.

Rising water level of the Yamuna River in Kairana– Photo: SHAMLI

Karaana. The water level of Yamuna rises due to the rains in the hills and plains. On Friday, 25831 Cusec water was released per second in Yamuna due to the rise in water pressure at Tajo Wala Dam. The released water is expected to reach Kairana by Saturday.

About ten days ago, the water level of the Yamuna rose to an altitude of 229.6 meters above sea level due to the release of 43,000 cusec of water from the Tajowala Dam. Due to the low water pressure, the water level was around 229 meters. Due to the rains in the mountains, the water pressure at the Tajowala Dam increased on Friday, releasing 25831 cusec (cubic feet) of water per second from the Tajowala Dam into the Yamuna River at 6 a.m. on Friday.

Sonu, the computer operator at Hathnikund Barrage, the Tajo Wala Dam control room, said the Yamuna was discharging 25,831 cusecs of water per second at 6 a.m. on Friday. It was later reduced to 11,000 046 cusecs at 10 a.m., but after that the amount of water released in Yamuna at 3 p.m. increased to 17,826 cusecs per second due to the increase in water pressure at the Tajo Wala dam. The water level of Yamuna is likely to rise when that water reaches Kairana on Saturday.

Rising water level of the Yamuna River in Kairana

Rising water level of the Yamuna River in Kairana– Photo: SHAMLI

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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