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Saturday, 29 August 2020

Heavy rains in Madhya Pradesh: Flood situation in Hoshangabad, army and helicopters called; Alert in 24 districts in next 48 hours

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Heavy rains in Madhya Pradesh: Flood situation in Hoshangabad, army, and helicopters called; Alert in 24 districts in next 48 hours

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The water level of the Narmada river reached 968.90 above the target of 964 feet 4 feet
Water is being continuously released by opening every 13 gates of Tawa Dam 30-30 feet
More than 90% of the water capacity in 251 to 120 dams in the state during continuous rains

The situation is very critical in Madhya Pradesh due to heavy rains. A flood-like situation has arisen in Hoshangabad. Because of this, the army has also been called here. Two NDRF teams have reached out for help. On the other hand, Bhopal has also been receiving continuous rains since Friday. As many as 97.7 mm of water was recorded in Bhopal till 6 am on Saturday.

Due to continuous rains, 120 out of 251 dams in the state have lost 90 percent of their water capacity. In these circumstances opening the gates of most dams can increase the risk of flooding at low levels. As far as Hoshangabad is concerned, the water level of Narmada has risen from 964 feet to 9 feet to 968.90 due to heavy rains. Each of the 13 gates of Tawa Dam is being opened by 30-30 feet and 5 lakh 33 thousand 823 cusecs of water is being released per second.

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There is no relief from the current rains
The meteorological department has issued heavy rain alert in most districts of the state in the next 48 hours. The meteorological department has issued red alerts in Chhindwara, Vidisha, Sehore, Rajgarh, Shajapur, and Agar. Apart from that, heavy rains have been declared in 18 districts including Bhopal and Indore.

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Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan canceled his visit due to heavy rains and bad weather in Sehore, Raisen, Sagar along with floods in Hoshangabad and called an emergency meeting at the Chief Minister's residence at 10 am. He took the information on water level of major rivers of the state. "Keep an eye on the situation," the chief minister told officials. Take action where needed.

Shivraj said that the water level of Narmada and its tributaries has risen. Many rivers are flowing above the danger level. A heavy rain alert has been issued in some parts of the state for the next 48 hours. NDRF and SDRF are on alert.

The state of the dam in the state

Each of the 13 gates of Tawa Dam has been opened
22 gates of Indira Sagar have been opened
21 out of 23 gates have been opened in Omkareshwar
14 out of 18 gates of Rajghat have been opened
17 out of 21 gates of Bargi have been opened

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Every gate of Mandla, Pench Dam has been opened
In Bhopal, 4 gates of Bhadbhada and 5 gates of Kaliasot have been opened
The road in Bhopal's New Minal has been flooded to the knees
4 gates of Bhadbhada Dam were opened in Bhopal
The capital Bhopal has been receiving continuous rains for the last 24 hours. The city was inundated with 97.7 mm (9.77 cm) of water by 6 am on Saturday, while the Bhopal district received 80.9 mm (8.09 cm) of rainfall. Due to which Bhadbhad Dam was full. He had to open 4 gates in the morning.

Narmada river in Omkareshwar

Khandwa, Khargone, Badwani and Dhar districts got an alert

After opening the gates of Indira Sagar and Omkareshwar dams, Narmada has taken on its roaring form. Khandwa, Khargone, Badwani, and Dhar districts are placed on alert thanks to rising water levels.

In Khandwa, the administration is monitoring the villages along the Narmada. Water is being released from both the dams at a speed of about 10 thousand cusecs per second. This has raised the water level of Narmada to the danger level. At an equivalent time, the backwaters of the Sardar Sarovar Dam are steadily increasing. People are shifting goods with the assistance of boats.

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