Heavy inflows: More water being launched right into down stream
Hyderabad: With proceeds hefty inflows from catchment locations of Osman Sagar as well as Himayat Sagar tanks, even more water was been launched right into the down streams of Musi River onMonday Since Sunday night, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply as well as Sewage Board (HMWSSB) raised 2 floodgates of both the tanks approximately one foot.
With significant inflows right into the twin tanks, the water board is most likely to raise one more 2 gateways later on, to launch the excess flooding water right into the Musi River, which travels through the city.
According to water board authorities, one more 2 gateways of both the Sagars are additionally most likely to be opened up as the storage tank is getting significant inflows because of hefty rains in the catchment locations. The existing water degree at Osman Sagar got to 1,786 feet versus its complete storage tank degree of 1,763.50 feet as well as getting 300 cusecs of water. The present degree of Himayat Sagar is 1,763.50 feet as well as 794 cusecs of water is being launched right into the Musi river.
|Twin Reservoirs Water Levels: Date: July 11, at 6 PM|
|Osman Sagar:||Himayat Sagar:|
|FTL: 1790.00 Feet (3.900 TMC)||FTL: 1763.50 Feet (2.97 TMC)|
|Present degree: 1786.00Feet (3.008 TMC)||Present Level: 1760.55 (2.370 TMC)|
|Inflows: 300 Cusecs||Inflows: 500 Cusecs.|
|Outflow: 208 Cusecs||Outflow: 686 Cusecs|
|Gates: 2 opened up for 1 feet||Gates: 2 opened up for 1 feet|