The water level of Ganga-yamuna continues to rise, 37 cm in 24 hours

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Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Wed June 23, 2021 11:53 PM EST

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  • Effect of water from dams, highest rise in Phaphamau, increased water in Naini

Prayagraj News: Shopkeeper removes goods from ghat due to rising water levels in Ganga.
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The water level in Ganga-Yamuna also rose on Wednesday. The highest growth has taken place in Pphahamau. While the water level of Yamuna in Naini has risen slightly. Because of this, the amount of cutting at the ghats is increasing. Posts were removed from the ghats from Phaphamau to Sangam. According to the Ministry of Irrigation’s flood control officers, the water comes to Prayagraj from Haridwar, Narora and Kanpur. That is why the water level has risen. About 3.50 cusec of water were released from Haridwar, Narora and Kanpur. On Wednesday the water level in Pphahamau rose 37 cm in 24 hours. The water level of the Ganges, which was measured here on Tuesday at 4 p.m. at 76.78 meters, rose to 77.15 meters on Wednesday. The water level of Yamuna in Naini has also risen by three centimeters compared to the day before.

The water level in Yamuna was measured at 72.35 meters on Tuesday and rose to 72.38 meters on Wednesday. While the water level of the Ganges in Chhatnag has risen by eight centimeters. The problem of the valleys has increased due to the steady rise in the water level. They need to remove their posts from the ghats. According to officials at the Ministry of Irrigation, the Ganga has not yet emerged beyond the sandy surface. So people don’t need to worry.

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The water level in Ganga-Yamuna also rose on Wednesday. The highest growth has taken place in Pphahamau. While the water level of Yamuna in Naini has risen slightly. Because of this, the amount of cutting at the ghats is increasing. Posts were removed from the ghats from Phaphamau to Sangam. According to the Ministry of Irrigation’s flood control officers, the water comes to Prayagraj from Haridwar, Narora and Kanpur. That is why the water level has risen.

About 3.50 cusec of water were released from Haridwar, Narora and Kanpur. On Wednesday the water level in Pphahamau rose 37 cm in 24 hours. The water level of the Ganges, which was measured here on Tuesday at 4 p.m. at 76.78 meters, rose to 77.15 meters on Wednesday. The water level of Yamuna in Naini has also risen by three centimeters compared to the day before.

The water level in Yamuna was measured at 72.35 meters on Tuesday and rose to 72.38 meters on Wednesday. While the water level of the Ganges in Chhatnag has risen by eight centimeters. The problem of valleys has been exacerbated by the steady rise in water levels. They need to remove their posts from the ghats. According to officials at the Ministry of Irrigation, the Ganga has not yet emerged beyond the sandy surface. So people don’t need to worry.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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