Ganga water level increased in Meerut-Bijnor: Water reached 96 thousand cusecs in the last 24 hours at Bijnor barrage

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Ganga water level increased in Meerut-Bijnor: Water reached 96 thousand cusecs in the last 24 hours at Bijnor barrage
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10:06 AM July 29, 2022
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The water level of the Ganges is increasing due to continuous rains on the mountains. The water level of Ganga has started increasing in Hastinapur region in Meerut. Till Thursday evening, 47 thousand cusecs of water was being released at Bijnor barrage. On Friday morning, 95,578 cusecs of water is being released at Bijnor barrage. Cusecs is a unit of water flow. A cusec means one cubic foot flow of water per second, which when measuring in a liter, this flow is 28.31 liters/second. In 12 hours, the rapidly increased water level has increased the water level of the Ganges due to rain on the mountains in the upperity level. . In 12 hours, about 49 thousand cusecs of water has increased at Bijnor barrage. Along with the officials of the irrigation department, the administration was also alerted about the water level of the Ganges, as soon as 2 lakh cusecs or more water will reach the Bijnor barrage, the risk of floods will start. On Thursday evening, 65 thousand cusecs of water was running at Haridwar barrage, which reached 91 thousand cusecs on Friday morning. In 2021, twice like flood -like conditions, besides alerts like alerts in the villages along the Ganges in Hastinapur and Hapur district. Has been stated. However, at present, only one lakh cusecs of water is running at Bijnor barrage. The water level of water increases rapidly due to the continuous mountains of rain. Fatehpur love in the border of Meeth, the raw embankments near Hansapur Parsapur, Sirjopur have been flowing in the flow of the Ganges in the east. The embankment was broken from two places near Fatehpur Prem in Hastinapur due to floods on 19 June 2021. The embankment was strengthened after several days of effort. In the rain of 20 October 2021, 12 villages were submerged along the Ganges. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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