Wed. Oct 4th, 2023

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday mentioned one lakh cusecs of water is being launched from the Hathinikund barrage. An alert has been issued for 300, 000 cusecs of water, indicating the potential for elevated water move.

The Chief Minister assured that the state’s preparedness stays intact to deal with any scenario, whether or not it is because of rainfall or water influx from the mountains.

He mentioned some areas have skilled water logging for a brief length of 1 or two hours, however the scenario is at the moment beneath management.

According to officers, the water stage as much as 70, 000 cusecs within the Hathini Kund barrage is taken into account regular, whereas above 2.5 lakh cusecs is taken into account excessive floods.

As the water stage began rising, authorities open gates of the Hathnikund barrage, permitting the river water to move downstream.
The authorities sounded a excessive alert in Yamunanagar, Karnal, Panipat, and Sonipat districts from the place the Yamuna passes by means of earlier than getting into the nationwide capital.

The Chief Minister visited the Kaushalya dam close to right here to evaluate the water stage within the reservoir.

Panchkula Deputy Commissioner Priyanka Soni and different officers accompanied him in the course of the go to.

During the interplay with the media, the Chief Minister mentioned heavy rainfall has been occurring for the previous two days. As a consequence, the water stage within the Kaushalya dam has risen considerably.

To handle the elevated water stage, the dam gates have been opened, and 4, 000 cusecs of water are being launched. However, because the rainfall has ceased, the scenario seems to be beneath management.

When questioned concerning the assertion of the Punjab Chief Minister, Khattar criticised it, saying it as baseless.

“Today they have a programme in Panchkula, and the water he is referring to is the waterlogged area of Dera Bassi. Looking at any area, they say that Haryana is full of water, I think they have made up their mind, the Dera Bassi area is not in their control, they are going to hand it over to Haryana, ” Khattar added.

The Chief Minister additionally clarified that there isn’t a electrical energy drawback in Haryana. He criticised makes an attempt to create a problem that doesn’t exist and emphasised his dedication to progress within the state.

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