Koyna dam water level: 6 gates of Koyna Dam lifted by 8 feet | Receiving an average of 84,878 cusecs of water per second.

Koyna dam water level: 6 gates of Koyna Dam lifted by 8 feet | Receiving an average of 84,878 cusecs of water per second.

Heavy rains are falling in the Koyna Dam catchment area. Therefore, considering the inflow of water coming into the dam per second, the six curved gates of the dam were lifted from five feet to eight feet at 10.30 am on Friday. Through these six curved gates, 33,071 cusecs of unused electricity and 2100 cusecs per second of 35,171 cusecs of water per second are being discharged east into the Koyna and Krishna River. ( The 6 gates of Koyna Dam were lifted by 8 feet )

koyna dam water level today 2021.

Heavy rains are falling in the Koyna Dam catchment area. Therefore, considering the inflow of water coming into the dam per second, the six curved gates of the dam were lifted from five feet to eight feet at 10.30 am on Friday.

Through these six curved gates, 33,071 cusecs of unused electricity and 2100 cusecs per second of 35,171 cusecs of water per second are being discharged east into the Koyna and Krishna River. ( The 6 gates of Koyna Dam were lifted by 8 feet )

The dam is currently receiving an average of 84,878 cusecs of water per second. Therefore, it is known that the amount of water released from the dam will be gradually increased.

koyna dam water level today in tmc 2021.

An average of 50,000 cusecs of water per second is expected to be discharged east into the Koyna river basin, according to the dam management. At present, the dam has a storage capacity of 83.43 TMC and a water level of 2145 feet.

After resting for a while, the rain started pouring again on Friday morning. The houses in Mirgaon, Dhokavale, Kamargaon, and Humbarani along with Koynanagar have collapsed and the connection between the villages has been cut off. According to government sources, 15 people have gone missing.

Meanwhile, it has been raining heavily across the state for the past few days. Western Maharashtra is also receiving continuous rains. As a result, the situation in the Krishna Valley is getting worse and worse. The administration has already taken security measures. However, Water Resources Minister Jayant Patil has appealed to the people to relocate their animals and other valuables to the villages which are always in crisis.

Western Maharashtra is also receiving continuous rains.

We will all suffer a lot but there is nothing we can do in front of nature, said the emotional Saad Patil. The situation is getting worse in Sangli too. The people’s representative, the sarpanch, the system should take immediate action. Besides, instructions have also been given to the administration there. The Water Resources Department is controlling the discharge of water from the dams. We are also in touch with the Karnataka government. Besides, Minister Jayant Patil has assured the people that he is in constant touch with the administration and people’s representatives.

Koyna dam water level: 6 gates of Koyna Dam lifted by 8 feet | Receiving an average of 84,878 cusecs of water per second.

The NDRF team has arrived. But it is raining a lot. Therefore, the villages on the edge should come out within the deteriorating situation. Western Maharashtra has seen many such crises. Patil has also expressed confidence that we will face this crisis as well. The floods of 2019 in western Maharashtra reminded that many do not sleep. Western Maharashtra has been receiving the same intensity of rain for the last few days, and floods are forming. Considering the past experience, the citizens should not be harmed more. The administration has started a movement for this, said Patil.