khaskhabar/The final spell of the southwest monsoon has rejuvenated The final spell of the southwest monsoon has rejuvenated majority of the dams and reservoirs in the state.
Jawai Dams of Pali is now 15% filled with 42.40 gauge.
Bisalpur dam, which was awaiting good rainfall in its catchment areas, authorities are expecting further elevation in the dam’s level.Even Jawai Dam of Pali, which did not receive water for the past three years, is now 15% filled with 42.40 gauge.
Kota Barrage (Kota) has reached at 259.52 RL/metre
The last lap of the monsoon has brought moderate to heavy rainfall in almost every part of the state.Majority of the places are witnessing heavy rainfall due to which all the reservoirs have reached at good water levels.The water level at Kota Barrage (Kota) has reached at 259.52 RL/metre .
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Madhya Pradesh has attributed in increasing the water level of the dam
“It is now 96% filled and good rainfall in the Kota division will further elevate its level. Also good rainfall in neighbouring Madhya Pradesh has attributed in increasing the water level of the dam,” said an officer with the water resources department.Similarly, all the 16 gates of Mahi Dam situated at Banswara were opened twice this season due to increased water levels.
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