Ganga Barrage water level is rising – water released from Uttarakhand, Ganga Barrage water level is rising

The water level of the Ganga dam rises
Ramraj (Muzaffarnagar). Due to the continued rainfall in the mountains, the water level of Ganga Barrage has increased as about four thousand cubic meters of water from the Ganges has been released from Uttarakhand. In such a situation, the farmers who grew up in the Khadar region went to a safe place. However, there is currently no flood-like situation in the Khadar region.
Due to the incessant rains in the mountains, the Ganga water level rises, which also has a direct effect on the Ganga Dam. Due to the rise in water in the Ganges, 3,840 cubic meters of water were released from Uttarakhand on Monday, which also increased the water level of the Ganga Dam. Irrigation Department officials said the water level at Ganga Dam was recorded 220 meters downstream on Monday. As the water level rose, police reached the Khadar area on Monday and alerted farmers to be careful about this. At the same time, farmers who grow melons, watermelons, etc., by creating palas along the aisle, have started packing their goods and moving to safe places. Although there is no possibility of a flood-like situation in the Ganga or a flood in the region, the police administration has been alerted by the irrigation department regarding safety.

The water level of the Ganga dam rises

Ramraj (Muzaffarnagar). Due to the continued rainfall in the mountains, the water level of Ganga Barrage has increased as about four thousand cubic meters of water from the Ganges has been released from Uttarakhand. In such a situation, the farmers who grew up in the Khadar region went to a safe place. However, there is currently no flood-like situation in the Khadar region.

Due to the incessant rains in the mountains, the Ganga water level rises, which also has a direct effect on the Ganga Dam. Due to the rise in water in the Ganges, 3,840 cubic meters of water were released from Uttarakhand on Monday, which also increased the water level of the Ganga Dam. Irrigation Department officials said the water level at Ganga Dam was recorded 220 meters downstream on Monday. As the water level rose, police reached the Khadar area on Monday and alerted farmers to be careful about this. At the same time, farmers who grow melons, watermelons, etc., by creating palas along the aisle, have started packing their goods and moving to safe places. Although there is no possibility of a flood-like situation in the Ganga or a flood in the region, the police administration has been alerted by the irrigation department regarding safety.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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