Open gates of Mahi Dam
Indradev has been kind in the state for the last three-four days. Rain continues in many districts. The torrential rains, especially in Banswara, Kota, Jalore, Aroh and many other districts last night, have created a flood-like situation in many places. The rain has brought relief to the people from the scorching heat. Due to which people's faces are blooming, but people whose crops have been destroyed or where there has been waterlogging are upset. The Meteorological Department has predicted rain in the state for the next one or two days. It is known that this time there was less rainfall in Rajasthan in the monsoon. But due to the rains in the month of September, flood conditions have been created in many places.
The water level of Jawai dam of Jalore has increased, one gate and the gauge of two gates of Jawai dam of
Jalore has been increased to 2 feet. Gate number 3 and 2 were increased to 10 feet, while due to increasing rains, gate 3 was opened to one feet today. At present, a total of 4 gates of the dam are open. Due to continuous rains, the water level in jawai dam has increased. There was an hour-long torrential downpour in Jalore. Up to 3 mm of rain has been recorded in Aroh.
The situation in Banswara is bad, all the gates of Mahi Dam are open, the administration has come on high alert mode due
to continuous rains in Banswara district. Employees and officers have been instructed to keep a vigil in their area. Top officials of all departments have been instructed to stay at the headquarters. The district administration has set up flood relief control rooms in view of the possible flood threat. Due to heavy inflow of water, the gates of Mahi Dam in Banswara have been opened.
The total filling capacity of Mahi Dam is 281. At present, mahi dam has 50.280 meters of water and 60,50000 cusecs of water is already being released in view of the inflow of fast water.
Rain scene in Banswara
Jaipur district has also received heavy rains. Jaipur's Sanganer, Amer, Kotkhawada have received up to 5 mm of rain. At the same time, the highest rainfall of 21 mm has been recorded in the Maujabad area of the district.
In Rajasthan, all the 16 gates of mahi dam were opened after rains and inflow of water from neighbouring states.
Due to heavy rains in Banswara, Ganganagar, Bikaner districts, there has been a lot of damage to crops. The Meteorological Department has declared an orange alert in 5 districts.
Heavy rain warning issued for next 24 hours
On the other hand, the meteorological scientist has issued an orange alert for these districts, predicting heavy rains in 5 districts of the state today and tomorrow. Along with this, an advisory has been issued for farmers to take the crops kept in the open in these districts to a safe place. In the last 24 hours, the highest rainfall in the last 24 hours was 146 mm in Kesarpura of Banswara.
An orange alert has been issued for five districts of Rajasthan - Sirohi, Pratapgarh, Jhalawar, Dungarpur and Banswara. A yellow alert has been issued for Bhilwara, Udaipur, Chittorgarh, Kota, Bundi, Barra districts.
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