Civic Amenities – Ganga receding, increasing cut

Badaun. With a slight fall in the water level of the Ganges, the erosion is intensifying. Erosion has intensified in Ahamnagar Bachhaura, Asamaya Rafatpur of Ushait. Here, erosion has posed a threat to the Dhakangala dam in Kachla. To prevent erosion, the flood section is putting sand bags at various places. Meanwhile, 86470 cusecs of water has been released in the Ganges on Thursday as well. For a week, there is continuous spate in the Ganges. More than one lakh cusecs of water was being released for five consecutive days. Less than one lakh cusecs of water is being released for two days. On Wednesday, 92081 water was released into the Ganga from Narora. On Thursday, 86470 cusecs of water has been released. Due to this there has been some fall in the water level of the Ganges. On Thursday, the meter gauge of the Ganga at Kachla was recorded at 162.20 cm at the danger mark. About 20 meters of the Sareli-Ahmednagar-Bachhaura road has gone into the Katan. Ganga is cutting rapidly at Dhakangala Dam in Kachla. Thus, there is a danger to the dam. Sand bags have been installed in Thakuringala in Ushait to stop the logging. Thakuri Nagla, Jata, Jaswant Nagla, Kamalaiyapur, Jata, Premi Nagla, Dal Nagla, Kadam Nagla, Raipura villages on the other side of Ushait dam are still cut off. The possibility of getting more than one lakh cusecs of water today is Badaun. More than one lakh cusecs of water is expected to be released from Narora barrage in Ganga on Friday. In fact, on Thursday, more than 92 thousand cusecs of water has been released into the Ganga from Bijnor. This water will reach Narora by Friday. In such a situation, it is likely that more than one lakh cusecs of water will be released from Narora on Friday. The water released from Narora reaches Kachla in 10 to 12 hours. Ganga will be in spate once more than one lakh cusecs of water. Water discharge status in Ganga Friday- 1.11 lakh cusecs Saturday- 1.37 lakh cusecs Sunday- 1.42 lakh cusecsMonday- 1.43 lakh cusecsTuesday- 1.14 lakh cusecsWednesday- 92081 cusecs Thursday- 86470 cusecs Ganga The water level has started decreasing. Cutting is happening in some places. Every effort is being made to stop the erosion. The dams are being monitored. At present the situation is not sensitive. Wherever deforestation is taking place, along with monitoring, teams of flood division are taking measures to stop erosion. -Umesh Chandra, Xen Flood Division

Badaun. With a slight fall in the water level of the Ganges, the erosion is intensifying. Erosion has intensified in Ahamnagar Bachhaura, Asamaya Rafatpur of Ushait. Here, erosion has posed a threat to the Dhakangala dam in Kachla. To prevent erosion, the flood section is putting sand bags at various places. Meanwhile, 86470 cusecs of water has been released in Ganga on Thursday as well. There has been continuous spate in the Ganges since a week. More than one lakh cusecs of water was being released for five consecutive days. Less than one lakh cusecs of water is being released for two days. On Wednesday, 92081 water was released into the Ganga from Narora. On Thursday, 86470 cusecs of water has been released. Due to this there has been some decline in the water level of the Ganges. On Thursday, the meter gauge of Ganga at Kachla was recorded at 162.20 cm at the danger mark. Here, with the water level decreasing, the Ganges is cutting rapidly. About 20 meters of the Sareli-Ahmednagar-Bachhaura road has gone into the Katan. Ganga is cutting rapidly at Dhakangala Dam in Kachla. Thus, there is a danger to the dam. Sand bags have been installed in Thakuringala in Ushait to stop the logging. The villages of Thakuri Nagla, Jata, Jaswant Nagla, Kamalaiyapur, Jata, Premi Nagla, Dal Nagla, Kadam Nagla, Raipura, situated on the other side of the Ushait dam, are still cut off. Today Badaun is likely to receive more than one lakh cusecs of water. More than one lakh cusecs of water is expected to be released from Narora barrage in Ganga on Friday. In fact, on Thursday, more than 92 thousand cusecs of water has been released into the Ganga from Bijnor. This water will reach Narora by Friday. In such a situation, it is likely that more than one lakh cusecs of water will be released from Narora on Friday. The water released from Narora reaches Kachla in 10 to 12 hours. Once more than one lakh cusecs of water comes, Ganga will once again be in spate. Water discharge status in Ganga Friday – 1.11 lakh cusecs Saturday – 1.37 lakh cusecs Sunday – 1.42 lakh cusecs Monday – 1.43 lakh cusecs Tuesday – 1.14 lakh cusecs Wednesday – 92081 cusecs Thursday – 86470 cusecs The water level of Ganga has started receding. Cutting is happening in some places. Every effort is being made to stop the erosion. The dams are being monitored. At present the situation is not sensitive. Wherever deforestation is taking place, the flood division teams are taking measures to stop the erosion along with monitoring. -Umesh Chandra, Xen Flood Vol.

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