Water rises in Ganga, danger of flooding

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Badaun. The Ganges is once again on the verge of a boom. On Thursday 11/1,969 Cusec water was released from the Narora Dam in Ganga. For this reason, the meter gauge from Ganga in Kachla has increased. The Ganges has expanded in some places. Due to the erosion, there is a risk that floods will penetrate the coastal villages. The situation in the coastal areas is currently normal.
In the third week of June, more than two lakh Cusec waters were released into the Ganges from Narora on three consecutive days. For this reason, floods penetrated about 20 villages in Sahaswan, Kachla, Ushait, Kadar Chowk, Zarifnagar. In some places, villagers have had to seek refuge in safer places. Later, when the rain stopped, the water drainage in the Ganges decreased. Speaking of July, on Thursday a maximum of 1.11.969 Kusec water was released into the Ganges for the first time. Because of this, there was a boom in the Ganges. On Thursday the meter gauge of Ganga near Kachla was increased from 162.00 to 162.35. The coastal villages of Sahaswan, Zarifnagar and Ushait are threatened again. In many places the Ganga has started to cut again with considerable spread.
Now the water runoff can be reduced
However, it rains continuously over the mountains and the plains. Even after that, officials say the water released in the Ganga on Thursday will drain by Friday evening. After that, the water drainage will be a little less. In fact, 84481 Cusec water was released from Narora and 84699 Cusec from Haridwar on Thursday. Flood Department officials say that if more water is released than Haridwar and Bijnor, then only if more water is diverted from Narora. This means that there is less risk of flooding. If more than two Lakh Kusec water enters the Ganges on two to three consecutive days, there is a risk of flooding.
More than one lakh cusec water was released from Narora in the Ganges on Thursday. There is no such thing as a flood-like situation. In some places the Ganges has definitely expanded. At the moment the situation is normal. There is no special cut anywhere. All embankments and embankments are monitored.
– Jayanti Prasad, Assistant Engineer, Barh Division

Badaun. The Ganges is once again on the verge of a boom. On Thursday 11/1,969 Cusec water was released from the Narora Dam in Ganga. For this reason, the meter gauge from Ganga in Kachla has increased. The Ganges has expanded in some places. Due to the erosion, there is a risk that floods will penetrate the coastal villages. The situation in the coastal areas is currently normal.

In the third week of June, more than two lakh Cusec waters were released into the Ganges from Narora on three consecutive days. For this reason, floods penetrated about 20 villages in Sahaswan, Kachla, Ushait, Kadar Chowk, Zarifnagar. In some places, villagers have had to seek refuge in safer places. Later, when the rain stopped, the water drainage in the Ganges decreased. Speaking of July, on Thursday a maximum of 1.11.969 Kusec water was released into the Ganges for the first time. Because of this, there was a boom in the Ganges. On Thursday the meter gauge of Ganga near Kachla was increased from 162.00 to 162.35. The coastal villages of Sahaswan, Zarifnagar and Ushait are threatened again. In many places the Ganga has started to cut again with considerable spread.

Now the water runoff can be reduced

However, it rains continuously over the mountains and the plains. Even after that, officials say the water released in the Ganga on Thursday will drain by Friday evening. After that, the water drainage will be a little less. In fact, 84481 Cusec water was released from Narora and 84699 Cusec from Haridwar on Thursday. Flood Department officials say that if more water is released than Haridwar and Bijnor, then only if more water is diverted from Narora. This means that there is less risk of flooding. If more than two Lakh Kusec water enters the Ganges on two to three consecutive days, there is a risk of flooding.

More than one lakh cusec water was released from Narora in the Ganges on Thursday. There is no such thing as a flood-like situation. In some places the Ganges has definitely expanded. At the moment the situation is normal. There is no special cut anywhere. All embankments and embankments are monitored.

– Jayanti Prasad, Assistant Engineer, Barh Division

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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