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With Indore, continuous rain rains and constant water level of ponds are increasing in the rural areas. Indore has rained 14.9 inches (378.7 mm) so far this season. The average rainfall in July is 425.5 mm. To reach this figure 46 mm of rain is needed. By the time the average of the season is 360 mm. Accordingly, 18 mm of water has dropped more. Indore needs an average of 34.43 inches of water.
The water level of Dam Dam, continuously raining in Mandla-Dindori and surrounding districts, has increased rapidly. Bargi Dam is entering about 52 thousand 950 cubic feet water per second. Given this, the administration opened 7 gate of Dam on Tuesday evening. The maximum water level of the dam is 422.76 meters. At present, 3 thousand 710 cubic feet of water is being released from the dam through hydro power plants.
The 7 gates from 8 to 14 numbers of dam have been opened at an average height of 1.21 meters. The height of gate number 10, 11 and 12 will be laid one and a half meters, while gate number 8, 9 and 13, 14 were opened up to a height of one meter. 49 thousand 265 out of these gates and 3,710 cubic feet from Hydroelectric Production units (i.e. total) 52 thousand 975 cubic feet per second per second is being left out. That is, the amount of water entering the Dam is being released from the same water gate and hydroelectric production units.
Dam management officials said that according to the release of water from Bargi Dam, flood situation can be created in lower areas. These include the coastal areas of Jabalpur, Seoni, Narsinghpur, Hoshangabad, Raisen, Dewas, Sehore, Khandwa and Khargone districts.
The Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in the next 24 hours in the region. This is due to the low pressure area in the western mph, the circumference of the chakravati winds and the bahini in the Bay of Bengal.