Flood – 2.30 lakh Kusec water released from the Narora Barrage, Ganga in flood

Land fell from the Ganges near the village of Chitar in the Mirzapur area of ​​Shahjahanpur. conversation
– Photo: SHAHJAHANPUR

hear the news

hear the news

Shahjahanpur. The process of releasing water from the dams and barrages of Uttarakhand and Western UP, flooded by the rain in the mountains, has increased. The extraction of 2.30 lakh Kusec water from the Narora dam began on Sunday evening. Because of this, there was a boom in the Ganges. In addition, the water level of Ramganga, a tributary of the Ganges, has risen by about 10 cm in the last 24 hours due to increased drainage from other barrages and the river is moving towards several villages in the Paraur region. Because of this, people in the coastal villages are afraid of possible flooding.
However, engineers from the irrigation department say that there is no flood situation yet. Here, the water level of the Garra and Khannaut rivers near the city decreases somewhat, but the water flow is more than normal. According to the flood control of the irrigation office, the amount of water that is discharged from various dams and barrages has increased since Sunday evening. 2300007 Cusec Water comes from the Narora barrage in Ganga, 146032 Cusec more than the day before. With the increase in water abstraction, the Ganges rises from the Kachla Ghat in Badaun to the Dhai Ghat in Mirzapur and to the Bhainsar Dam in Kalan. It has been said that Ganga has increased by 95 cm to 162.28 m at Kachla Ghat and 70 cm to 142.13 m at Bhainsar Dam. On the other hand, in Ramganga 53137 Cusec water comes from barrages like Kho, Hareli, Kichha, Ramnagar, that is 20,100 Cusec more than the day before. Because of this, the water level rises from Ramganga from Chaubari Ghat from Bareilly to the Parour area of ​​Kalan Tehsil in the district. According to Tar Babu Girija Kishore Mishra from the Ministry of Irrigation, the water level in Ramganga in Chaubari has risen by 10 cm to 158.08 meters. He said that in the past 24 hours, the water in the Garra and Khannaut Rivers near the city has decreased due to the rain stopping and the water withdrawal from Dunee Dam has been reduced by 425 Cusec to 940 Cusec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Compared to the previous day, the rain has decreased by 15 cm to 143.90 meters and Khannaut by 10 cm to 142.55 meters.

The danger of flooding in Paraur Para is high again
Parour. Ramganga has moved towards Majra Narayan Nagar West and Mohanpur of the area. Because of the rising water, Jio got into the middle of the stream. Ramganga has been harvesting in the area for a long time. The Ramganga floods have ruined many families since 2000 and cut off large parts of the village of Narayan Nagar and Manjha. The villages of Kundalia and Chapra also suffered a lot before the floods and now the people of these villages are threatened by floods again. In 2019, with the efforts of Ajay Kumar Singh and former chief Jagdish Chandra Shukla, the King of the Princely State of Parour, the Geo Tube dams near the villages of Majra Mohanpur, Manjha Bazar, Bichpuri etc., but now the river is damaged by the rise in the water level and the stream flows back towards these villages. The irrigation department has started turning these villages into stumbling blocks out of geotubes to protect them from erosion.

Despite the rise in water in Ganga-Ramganga, there is still no flood situation. In the villages on the banks of the Ramganga, work on the production of geotube stumbling blocks was pushed ahead. Assistant Engineer Anoop Kumar is being monitored.
Sunil Kumar Bhaskar, Senior Engineer, Irrigation Department

Shahjahanpur. The process of releasing water from the dams and barrages of Uttarakhand and Western UP, flooded by the rain in the mountains, has increased. The extraction of 2.30 lakh Kusec water from the Narora dam began on Sunday evening. Because of this, there was a boom in the Ganges. In addition, the water level of Ramganga, a tributary of the Ganges, has risen by about 10 cm in the last 24 hours due to increased drainage from other barrages and the river is moving towards several villages in the Paraur region. Because of this, people in the coastal villages are afraid of possible flooding.

However, engineers from the irrigation department say that there is still no flood situation. Here, the water level of the Garra and Khannaut rivers near the city decreases somewhat, but the water flow is more than normal. According to the flood control of the irrigation office, the amount of water that is discharged from various dams and barrages has increased since Sunday evening. 2300007 Cusec Water comes from the Narora barrage in Ganga, 146032 Cusec more than the day before. With the increase in water abstraction, the Ganges rises from the Kachla Ghat in Badaun to the Dhai Ghat in Mirzapur and to the Bhainsar Dam in Kalan. It has been said that Ganga has increased by 95 cm to 162.28 m at Kachla Ghat and 70 cm to 142.13 m at Bhainsar Dam. On the other hand, in Ramganga 53137 Cusec water comes from barrages like Kho, Hareli, Kichha, Ramnagar, that is 20,100 Cusec more than the day before. Because of this, the water level rises from Ramganga from Chaubari Ghat from Bareilly to the Parour area of ​​Kalan Tehsil in the district. According to Tar Babu Girija Kishore Mishra from the Ministry of Irrigation, the water level of Ramganga in Chaubari has risen by 10 cm to 158.08 meters. He said that in the past 24 hours, the water in the Garra and Khannaut Rivers near the city has decreased due to the rain stopping and the water withdrawal from Dunee Dam has been reduced by 425 Cusec to 940 Cusec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Compared to the previous day, the rain has decreased by 15 cm to 143.90 meters and Khannaut by 10 cm to 142.55 meters.



The danger of flooding in Paraur Para is high again

Parour. Ramganga has moved towards Majra Narayan Nagar West and Mohanpur of the area. Because of the rising water, Jio got into the middle of the stream. Ramganga has been harvesting in the area for a long time. The Ramganga floods have ruined many families since 2000 and cut off large parts of the village of Narayan Nagar and Manjha. The villages of Kundalia and Chapra also suffered a lot before the floods and now the people of these villages are threatened by floods again. In 2019, with the efforts of Ajay Kumar Singh and former chief Jagdish Chandra Shukla, the King of the Princely State of Parour, the Geo Tube dams near the villages of Majra Mohanpur, Manjha Bazar, Bichpuri etc., but now the river is damaged by the rise in the water level and the stream flows back towards these villages. The irrigation department has started turning these villages into stumbling blocks out of geotubes to protect them from erosion.


Despite the rise in water in Ganga-Ramganga, there is still no flood situation. In the villages on the banks of the Ramganga, work on the production of geotube stumbling blocks was pushed ahead. Assistant Engineer Anoop Kumar is being monitored.

Sunil Kumar Bhaskar, Senior Engineer, Irrigation Department

.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply