Water volume rises in irrigation reservoirs

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 10 Aug 2018 11:08:01


 

Staff Reporter,

RAIPUR,

Average water collection is around 61 per cent

INCESSANT rainfall for two days has resulted in significant rise in water-level of many irrigation water reservoirs across the state. Based on the State Data Centre of Water Reservoirs Departments, average water collection in 43 major irrigation water reservoirs was found to be 60.74 per cent as on Thursday morning. These water reservoirs are containing 3,844 million cubic metre, whereas their total capacity is of 6,329 million cubic metre of water.


As per the State Data Centre’s report, water-level in various water reservoirs are Minimata Bango Dam 78.64 per cent, Ravishankar water reservoir (Gangrel Dam) 37.79 per cent, Tandula Water Reservoir 34.80 per cent, Dudhawa water reservoir 34.52 per cent, Sikaser Water Reservoir 92.54 per cent, Kharang water reservoir 55.24 per cent, Sondhur water reservoir 69.21 per cent, Madamsilli water reservoir 23.14 per cent, Kodar water reservoir 26.07 per cent and Maniyari water reservoir 60.68 per cent. Similarly, Kharkhara water reservoir has 31.85 per cent, Gondli water reservoir 44.86 per cent, Kosarteda water reservoir 73.14 per cent, Paralkot water reservoir 27.33 per cent, Chhirpani water reservoir 57.99 per cent, Shyam water reservoir 93.88 per cent, Pipariyanala water reservoir 44.11 per cent, Ballar water reservoir 11.17 per cent, Sutiyapat water reservoir 94.20 per cent, Mongra barrange water reservoir 59.53 per cent, Maroda water reservoir 63.95 per cent, Saroda water reservoir 38.71 per cent, Ghongha water reservoir 46.58 per cent, Matiyamoti water reservoir 17.82 per cent, Jhumka water reservoir 54.09 per cent, Gauge tank 32.36 per cent, Khamharpakut water reservoir 37.27 per cent, Keshwa Nala water reservoir 24.49 per cent, Karra Nala water reservoir 57.60 per cent, Banki water reservoir 82.66 per cent, Kedarnala water reservoir 35.17 per cent, Kinkarinala water reservoir 47.66 per cent, Beharkhar water reservoir 49.02 per cent, Kunwarpur water reservoir 77.87 per cent, Khapri water reservoir 15.41 per cent, Pendravan water reservoir 20.64 per cent, Kumhari water reservoir 6.26 per cent, Barnai water reservoir 61.88 per cent, Ruse water reservoir 14.92 per cent, Putkanala water reservoir 36.46 per cent, Mayana water reservoir 26 per cent, Dhara water reservoir 40.35 per cent and Kelo water reservoir 40.45 per cent in the state.


More rainfall likely in west C’garh
According to the Meteorological Centre, major possibility of moderate to medium rainfall or thundershowers is expected at many places in West Chhattisgarh and at some places in Northern part of the state on August 10. One or two spells of rainfall is likely in Raipur on Friday.