Water, river, supply, city, engine – the water level of the Urmil dam is falling, the supply has stalled

Mahoba The city’s drinking water supply from the Urmil Dam on the UP-MP border was suspended for two days. For this reason, drop by drop, people worry about water. The dam water has reached its lowest point. Now the department is digging 20 meters from the foothills of the dam and installing pipes and motors to bring water to the intake well. The department claims that drinking water supplies will begin on Saturday.
Drinking water is supplied to the city of Srinagar and the city of Urmil Dam as part of the Mahoba drinking water restructuring program. This time the Urmil Dam was unable to fill its entire storage capacity to 237 meters due to insufficient rainfall. The dam could only get 234 meters of water. Due to the beginning of the summer season, the water level of the dam has been below the deadlevel. The water remaining at the bottom of the dam is left behind when the water reaches 228.30 meters. Because of this, the water cannot reach Intakewell. The Jal Nigam installed pipes by digging a 20 meter long drain near the inlet well to keep the local government’s drinking water supply running smoothly. Where two large engines were installed. The water is transported to Intakewell by the engine. So that the raw water can reach the Srinagar filter system and supply the city with drinking water.
Water Corporation sub-engineer Manoj Kumar Rajput says work is underway to secure water supplies. Supplies will be restored from Saturday.

Mahoba The city’s drinking water supply from the Urmil Dam on the UP-MP border was suspended for two days. For this reason, drop by drop, people worry about water. The dam water has reached its lowest point. Now the department is digging 20 meters from the foothills of the dam and installing pipes and motors to bring water to the intake well. The department claims that drinking water supplies will begin on Saturday.

Drinking water is supplied to the city of Srinagar and the city of Urmil Dam as part of the Mahoba drinking water restructuring program. This time the Urmil Dam was unable to fill its entire storage capacity to 237 meters due to insufficient rainfall. The dam could only get 234 meters of water. Due to the beginning of the summer season, the water level of the dam has been below the deadlevel. The water remaining at the bottom of the dam is left behind when the water reaches 228.30 meters. Because of this, the water cannot reach Intakewell. The Jal Nigam installed pipes by digging a 20 meter long drain near the inlet well to keep the local government’s drinking water supply running smoothly. Where two large engines were installed. The water is transported to Intakewell by the engine. So that the raw water can reach the Srinagar filter system and supply the city with drinking water.

Water Corporation sub-engineer Manoj Kumar Rajput says work is underway to secure water supplies. Supplies will be restored from Saturday.

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