Increased current, floods in the Ganga river, water rise by 40 cm in 24 hours

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Kasganj. The water released from the barrages has created a low flood situation in the Ganges. In the past 24 hours, 40 cm of water in the Ganges has risen. Villagers in the coastal region are worried about the flood. At the same time, officials from the administration and the irrigation department have intensified monitoring by issuing a warning. Teams from the irrigation department are reaching the coastal areas and trying to prevent flooding.
The rain in the mountains and plains increases the water pressure on the barrage. This water from the barrages is channeled through the Ganges, but as the water rises, flooding occurs. While there was normal high water on Wednesday, low water was issued on Thursday after the water level rose.
In view of the threat of flooding, the irrigation department continuously monitors. While no threat of any kind has been identified, villagers in the coastal areas are very concerned about the flooding. The Department of Irrigation claims that there are full precautions in place to deal with the flooding.
Officers will serve in different shifts
After the water level rose in Ganga, the administration of the Ministry of Irrigation seriously gave the officials instructions on duty according to the shift. All assistant engineers are under supervision. At the same time, all junior engineers will be out and about in their respective areas and irrigation managers will perform different tasks day and night.
it says the numbers
– 105692 Cusec water was released from Haridwar.
– 73678 Cusec waters were released from the Bijnor dam.
– 111990 Cusec water was released from the Narora dam.
– The water level of Kachla Ganga reached the mark of 163.60 meters.
Water is released into the Ganga River after the water rises at the barrages. There was a low flood in Ganganadi on Thursday. The water level should drop slightly in the coming days. Irrigation Department officials are monitoring the situation. – Arun Kumar, Executive Engineer, Irrigation Irr

Kasganj. The water released from the barrages has created a low flood situation in the Ganges. In the past 24 hours, 40 cm of water in the Ganges has risen. Villagers in the coastal region are worried about the flood. At the same time, officials from the administration and the irrigation department have intensified monitoring by issuing a warning. Teams from the irrigation department are reaching the coastal areas and trying to prevent flooding.

The rain in the mountains and plains increases the water pressure on the barrage. This water from the barrages is channeled through the Ganges, but as the water rises, flooding occurs. While there was normal high water on Wednesday, low water was issued on Thursday after the water level rose.

In view of the threat of flooding, the irrigation department continuously monitors. While no threat of any kind has been identified, villagers in the coastal areas are very concerned about the flooding. The Department of Irrigation claims that there are full precautions in place to deal with the flooding.

Officers will serve in different shifts

After the water level rose in Ganga, the administration of the Ministry of Irrigation seriously gave the officials instructions on duty according to the shift. All assistant engineers are under supervision. At the same time, all junior engineers will be out and about in their respective areas and irrigation managers will perform different tasks day and night.

it says the numbers

– 105692 Cusec water was released from Haridwar.

– 73678 Cusec waters were released from the Bijnor dam.

– 111990 Cusec water was released from the Narora dam.

– The water level of Kachla Ganga reached the mark of 163.60 meters.

Water is released into the Ganga River after the water rises at the barrages. There was a low flood in Ganganadi on Thursday. The water level should drop slightly in the coming days. Irrigation Department officials are monitoring the situation. – Arun Kumar, Executive Engineer, Irrigation Irr

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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