Bade Sankat Ko Teyar Rahiye, Jhansi Ko Saplaye Karne Bale Matatela Band Me Bacha Mehaj 45 Din Ka Pani – Be prepared for the great crisis, only 45 days of water in the Matatila dam that is being delivered to Jhansi

Be prepared for a major crisis, only 45 days of water at the Matatila Dam that supplies Jhansi
Jhansi The water crisis can worsen again in the metropolis. If it doesn’t rain well in 45 days, people will have problems with the water. This is because the water level of the Matatila Dam, the main source of drinking water in the metropolis, was only six meters. In such a situation, it is very important that it rains in time.
Almost 80 percent of the drinking water requirement in Jhansi comes from surface water, while 20 percent of the supply comes from groundwater. Most of the water in surface water is channeled through the Matatila Dam. In some areas, water is taken up by the Pahuj Dam. The Matatila Dam is filled by the Betwa River. The total capacity of this dam is 308.46 meters. During the last monsoon season there was good rainfall in the surrounding areas including Bhopal. The dam filled 307.85 meters, which means that the dam filled 537.57 million cubic meters of water. This time the canal, which ran from February to March, used a lot of water. In May, the dam was also opened to Jhansi and other nearby large ponds. For this purpose, water is released from the dam at a rate of about 7500 cusecs per hour per day. Given the rate at which the water is reduced from the dam, it can only run for a month and a half. In such a situation, if heavy rain does not fall in the Matatila Dam catchment areas between June 15 and July 1, there will be very little water left in the dam for Pagayal. Such a situation can also lead to a drinking water crisis. The catchment area includes other nearby districts of Bundelkhand, including Bhopal.
Two million cubic meters of water are available for drinking water
The Matatila Dam meets the metropolis’s enormous water needs, including drinking water. From here, around 155 MLD of water for drinking water are delivered every day. While about 2 TMC (million cubic meters) of water is spent on drinking water all year round. There are currently only 50 million cubic meters of water left.
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A separate buffer stock is secured for the drinking water. In the event of a shortage, the water provided for agriculture, etc. will be stopped.
Mohammad Farid, Senior Engineer, Matatila Dam

Be prepared for a major crisis, only 45 days of water at the Matatila Dam that supplies Jhansi

Jhansi The water crisis can worsen again in the metropolis. If it doesn’t rain well in 45 days, people will have problems with the water. This is because the water level of the Matatila Dam, the main source of drinking water in the metropolis, was only six meters. In such a situation, it is very important that it rains in time.

Almost 80 percent of the drinking water requirement in Jhansi comes from surface water, while 20 percent of the supply comes from groundwater. Most of the water in surface water is channeled through the Matatila Dam. In some areas, water is taken up by the Pahuj Dam. The Matatila Dam is filled by the Betwa River. The total capacity of this dam is 308.46 meters. During the last monsoon season there was good rainfall in the surrounding areas including Bhopal. The dam filled 307.85 meters, which means that the dam filled 537.57 million cubic meters of water. This time the canal, which ran from February to March, used a lot of water. In May, the dam was also opened to Jhansi and other nearby large ponds. For this purpose, water is released from the dam at a rate of about 7500 cusecs per hour per day. Given the rate at which the water is reduced from the dam, it can only run for a month and a half. In such a situation, if heavy rain does not fall in the Matatila Dam catchment areas between June 15 and July 1, there will be very little water left in the dam for Pagayal. Such a situation can also lead to a drinking water crisis. The catchment area includes other nearby districts of Bundelkhand, including Bhopal.

Two million cubic meters of water are available for drinking water

The Matatila Dam meets the metropolis’s enormous water needs, including drinking water. From here, around 155 MLD of water for drinking water are delivered every day. While about 2 TMC (million cubic meters) of water is spent on drinking water all year round. There are currently only 50 million cubic meters of water left.

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A separate buffer stock is secured for the drinking water. In the event of a shortage, the water provided for agriculture, etc. will be stopped.

Mohammad Farid, Senior Engineer, Matatila Dam

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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