Water levels in Khanpur Dam increases after the recent rainfalls


Monsoon rains have brought the water level up in the Khanpur Dam by 17 feet.

According to officials, the water in the reservoirs is increasing as it passes through each catchment area, especially in the galliyat and Murree, where it rains heavily almost every day. And the recent increase in water level has reduced the chances of a water shortage till the next monsoon. That the inflow had increased to 1,000 cusecs during the rainfall and on Monday the inflow was recorded at 390 cusecs. Before the rains, the inflow was 85 cusecs per day.

With the inflow increase, he said the dam authorities have also increased water supply to its beneficiaries.

The drought this late spring had relatively decreased water in the supply to the dead level, he said. This rainstorm has helped dam authorities in reestablishing the day by day prerequisite of the city bodies and additionally of the water system bureau of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Travelers are likewise running to the lake, which is loaded with water and numerous individuals can be seen swimming in the cool water and appreciating pontoon rides.


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