Tarbela dam water level reaches to 1545.23cusecs Tarbela

The water level at Turbela dam has reached to highest 1545.23 cusecs feet here on Friday this season and within a couple of days, its reservoirs are expected to reach its maximum conservation level of 1550 cusecs feet for the first time of the current season.
According to the Tarbaila Dam officials, today 14 number of power generation units were working with full capacity and were producing 3461 megawatts electricity. Today, the water inflow in Tarbaila dam reservoir was recorded 214800 cusecs feet while the outflow remained 157100 cusecs feet.
Currently, the water level in Tarbela is 1,545.23 cusecs feet, which was only 5 feet less than the maximum level of 1,550 feet.
Heavy monsoon rains have also filled the Khapur dam reservoir and reached 1955 cusecs feet which were at the dead level couple of weeks ago but now the dams administration has opened the spillways to discharge extra water.
Today water inflow in the lake Khanpur was 607.83 cusecs feet recorded while the outflow was 108.8 cusecs feet. After complete filling of the dam, it would be able to provide water to twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad for next six months.
Meanwhile, it is reported from Sialkot that local flood department Friday said that River Chenab was flowing in normal condition at Head marala. An official of flood department while talking to APP said that after heavy monsoon spell, Chenab was flowing in normal condition while River Jammu Tavi and Munawar Tavi were also flowing normally. —APP

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