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The Kol Dam is built on the Sutlej River in Bilapsur.
In Himachal Pradesh, the Meteorological Department has issued an alert in 10 districts of the state for the next 24 hours. In many districts there is a red alert and in some districts there is an orange and yellow alert. A warning of heavy to very heavy rain has been issued. There will be heavy rain today and tomorrow in Chamba, Hamirpur and Kangra. Yellow alert has been issued in Shimla, Sirmaur, Solan.
The water level of major dams of the state is also rising gradually, while the major rivers of Himachal are still flowing below the danger mark. The state disaster management is constantly monitoring the situation. Department officials say that we are constantly monitoring and are ready to deal with any situation.
Orange and red alert has been issued by the Meteorological Department in Dharamsala, Nagrota, Shahpur, Baijnath and Palampur sub-divisions of Kangra district. Orange and red alert have also been issued in Bharmour, Dalhousie, Pangi, Tissa of Chamba district. A red alert has also been issued by the Meteorological Department in Manali, the major tourist destination of Kullu. A warning of heavy rain has been issued in the sub-divisions Hamirpur, Barsar, Bhoranj Sujanpur, Nadaun falling in Hamirpur district. Red alert has been given here.
It is built on the Beas River and the Pong Dam in Kangra.
Dr. Surendra Pal, director of the Meteorological Department, says that this time the snow has not melted much. Due to which the water level in the rivers has not increased much. This is the reason that the water in Himachal’s dams is still less than last year. However, it is time for the monsoon to leave. In such a situation, the water level of the demo is expected to improve in the coming time.
Water level of major dams of Himachal
The water level of Pandoh Dam is 892 feet, on Friday it was 892.46. This morning 46.58 cusecs of water was released from here. The water level of Bhakra Dam is running at 493 feet. It was 493.11 on Friday. The water level of Koldam is currently 637 feet. The water level of Chamera 1 is running at 454 feet. The water level of Chamera 2 is running at 1154.73 feet. The water level of Chamera 3 is running at 1390. 80 feet. The water level of the dam in the Nathpa Jhakri project is increasing continuously due to the rain falling on the mountains. At present the water level here is 1494 feet, while its maximum capacity is 1495 feet. This morning 210 cusecs of water has been released from here. Similarly, the water level of other dams of Himachal is still below the danger mark. The state disaster management is constantly monitoring the water of the dams.
Bhakra Dam is located in Nangal and is built on the river Sutlej.
Except for the Sutlej and Beas rivers, the water of the rivers decreased.
The water in the Sutlej, Beas and Swa rivers flowing through Himachal remains equal. Whereas the water in Bhaga, Chenab, Chandra rivers has reduced. At present, 2977 feet of water is running in the Sutlej river. Last year also the same amount of water was recorded in it. On August 19, the Sutlej river had crossed the danger mark in Rampur and Pandoa. Apart from this, 363.33 feet of water has also been recorded in the Beas river. Water is flowing fine in Swa river also. The water level of the river is 1820.43 feet. The water of Chenab river has started rising after the rains. The level of Chenab river was recorded at 2605.94 feet on Saturday morning. While the maximum water level of the river is 2606.04 feet. Similarly, Chandra river is also close to your maximum water level. Today’s water level of Chandra river has been measured as 2853.63 feet, which is the maximum.