Shamli: Yamuna flows a meter and a half below the warning point

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Published by: Dimple Sirohi
Updated Thursday, July 15, 2021 12:25 AM IST

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The Yamuna warning point is 231 meters and the danger mark is 231.5 meters, which is why flood posts were alerted. At the same time, the light clerks were instructed to keep an eye on the rising water level in Yamuna.

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Due to the rain in the hills and plains, the water level of Yamuna rises towards the warning point. On Wednesday the water level stayed one and a half meters below the warning point. On Wednesday the water level rose by around two and a half meters to 229.6 meters compared to Tuesday. The warning point is at 310 meters. The water level is likely to drop in the evening as the amount of water released from the Tajowala Dam is reduced. The water pressure on the Tajowala Dam had increased due to the monsoon rains that lashed the hills and plains for the past two days. As a result, 42 thousand 835 Cusec waters were released in Yamuna, causing the Yamuna water level to rise 2.25 meters to 229.6 meters on Wednesday at 4 p.m. The day before, Yamuna flowed at 227.4 meters.

The Yamuna warning point is 231 meters and the danger mark is 231.5 meters, which is why flood posts were alerted. At the same time, the light clerks were instructed to keep an eye on the rising water level in Yamuna.

Ajay Pal, an efficient labor assistant with the Central Water Commission on the Yamuna Bridge, said the water level in Yamuna rose two and a half meters to 229.6 meters on Wednesday. On the other hand, the administration breathed a sigh of relief on Wednesday when the water pressure at the Tajowala Dam in Haryana decreased.

While Yamuna released 42,000 835 cubic meters of water per second on Tuesday at 11 a.m., only 4,000 065 cubic meters of water were released from the Tajo Wala Dam in Yamuna at 3 p.m. on Wednesday due to the low water pressure on the dam. Wednesday: The water level should be stay calm for the time being.

Tehsildar Rajkumar said that due to the rise in Yamuna water levels, all four flood posts in the Tehsil area have been alerted. Light accountants were also asked to keep an eye on Yamuna at all times.

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Due to the rains in the hills and plains, the water level of Yamuna rises towards the warning point. On Wednesday the water level stayed one and a half meters below the warning point. On Wednesday the water level rose by around two and a half meters to 229.6 meters compared to Tuesday. The warning point is at 310 meters. The water level is likely to drop in the evening as the amount of water released from the Tajowala Dam is reduced.

The water pressure on the Tajowala Dam had increased due to the monsoon rains that lashed the hills and plains for the past two days. As a result, 42 thousand 835 Cusec waters were released in Yamuna, causing the Yamuna water level to rise 2.25 meters to 229.6 meters on Wednesday at 4 p.m. The day before, Yamuna flowed at 227.4 meters.

The Yamuna warning point is 231 meters and the danger mark is 231.5 meters, which is why flood posts were alerted. At the same time, the light clerks were instructed to keep an eye on the rising water level in Yamuna.

Ajay Pal, an efficient labor assistant with the Central Water Commission on the Yamuna Bridge, said the water level in Yamuna rose two and a half meters to 229.6 meters on Wednesday. On the other hand, the administration breathed a sigh of relief on Wednesday when the water pressure at the Tajowala Dam in Haryana decreased.

While Yamuna released 42,000 835 cubic meters of water per second on Tuesday at 11 a.m., only 4,000 065 cubic meters of water were released from the Tajo Wala Dam in Yamuna at 3 p.m. on Wednesday due to the low water pressure on the dam. Wednesday: The water level should be stay calm for the time being.

Tehsildar Rajkumar said that due to the rise in Yamuna water levels, all four flood posts in the Tehsil area have been alerted. Light accountants were also asked to keep an eye on Yamuna at all times.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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