Flood situation due to boom in Ganga, water level on the Kachla Bridge increased by 1.60 meters in 24 hours Increase

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Kasganj. Due to the continuous release of water from Haridwar and Bijnor into the Ganges, the Ganges in the district has also started to swell. Medium high tide has penetrated the Ganges. This has increased the risk to the coastal areas. The water level of Kachla has risen 1.60 meters in the last 24 hours. On Sunday the Ganges flowed at the mark of 161.95 on the Kachla Bridge. On Monday morning the water level on the Kachlabrücke was 163.55.
Floods have started to knock on the banks of the Ganges.
The tapping of the waters of the Ganges has reached the huts built on the banks of Kachla Ganga Ghat. The water has reached the mouth of the Nagla Dal of Soron, Delasarai. At the same time, water hit the fields in the Sehwajpur area of ​​Sahawar. This water rises continuously. The residents of the coastal village are on alert and monitor the water level of Ganga, as is the village of Chandwa, Mahmudpur Pukhta. At the same time, the edge of the Ganges collides with the Kadarganj dam of Patiali. The team from the irrigation department is busy monitoring the Kadarganj dam. There is a continuous outflow of 2.23 lakh Kusec water from Narora Dam towards Kachla. This sequence of discharge ran from 10 am to 4 pm. At the moment, officials at the Ministry of Irrigation are expressing the possibility of further increasing this amount of runoff. Because on Sunday 4.25 Lakh Cusecs were released from Bijnor.
Mining tenants tied up, irrigation department canceled
The mining work was carried out by a mining tenant in the middle of the Ganges in the direction of Delasarai. This led to a blockade of the corridor. Because of this obstruction, the possibility of water flow in the direction of the population has arisen. The team from the irrigation department reached the spot and severed the tie that had been made. This allowed the water to flow forward.
Water drainage on Monday
– Haridwar – 100845 Cusecs.
Bijnor – 174469 Cusecs.
– Narora – 223007 Cusecs.
– Kachla Bridge – at the 163.55 meter mark.
Execution-
Medium high tide occurs in Ganga. Water struck as far as the village in the coastal area, but the water did not enter the village. All dams are monitored. The teams in the irrigation department are fully active. Chances are more water will rise, but the Haridwar outflow on Monday was less. – Arun Kumar, Senior Irrigation Engineer.

People who live on the ghat take stock of the floods by staying in Kachla in Kasganj. board a boat– Photo: KASGANJ

Kasganj. Due to the continuous release of water from Haridwar and Bijnor into the Ganges, the Ganges in the district has also started to swell. Medium flood has penetrated the Ganges. This has increased the risk to the coastal areas. The water level of Kachla has risen 1.60 meters in the last 24 hours. On Sunday the Ganges flowed at the mark of 161.95 on the Kachla Bridge. On Monday morning the water level on the Kachlabrücke was 163.55.

Floods have started to knock on the banks of the Ganges.

The tapping of the waters of the Ganges has reached the huts built on the banks of Kachla Ganga Ghat. The water has reached the mouth of the Nagla Dal of Soron, Delasarai. At the same time, water hit the fields in the Sehwajpur area of ​​Sahawar. This water rises continuously. The residents of the coastal village are on alert and monitor the water level of Ganga, as is the village of Chandwa, Mahmudpur Pukhta. At the same time, the edge of the Ganges collides with the Kadarganj dam of Patiali. The team from the irrigation department is busy monitoring the Kadarganj dam. There is a continuous outflow of 2.23 lakh Kusec water from Narora Dam towards Kachla. This sequence of discharge ran from 10 am to 4 pm. At the moment, officials at the Department of Irrigation are expressing the possibility that this discharge will increase. Because on Sunday 4.25 Lakh Cusecs were released from Bijnor.

Mining tenants tied up, irrigation department canceled

The mining work was carried out by a mining tenant in the middle of the Ganges in the direction of Delasarai. This caused a blockage in the Ganges. Because of this obstruction, the possibility of water flow in the direction of the population has arisen. The team from the irrigation department reached the spot and severed the tie that had been made. This allowed the water to flow forward.

Water drainage on Monday

– Haridwar – 100845 Cusecs.

Bijnor – 174469 Cusecs.

– Narora – 223007 Cusecs.

– Kachla Bridge – at the 163.55 meter mark.

Execution-

Medium high tide occurs in Ganga. Water struck as far as the village in the coastal area, but the water did not enter the village. All dams are monitored. The teams in the irrigation department are fully active. Chances are more water will rise, but the Haridwar outflow on Monday was less. – Arun Kumar, Senior Irrigation Engineer.

People who live on the ghat take stock of the floods by staying in Kachla in Kasganj.  board a boat

People who live on the ghat take stock of the floods by staying in Kachla in Kasganj. board a boat– Photo: KASGANJ

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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