Sarsa (honestly news). Due to heavy rainfall in Himachal, Punjab and Haryana, the Ghaggar River flowing through all three states is in wave form. The Ghaggar River enters Rajasthan through Otu Head in Sarsa District of Haryana. In view of the rising water level of the river, the Sirsa district administration has diverted all water from Otu to Rajasthan on Tuesday. All gates of Ootu Head were opened. Sirsa News
The water level of the Ghaggar River rose to 60,373 cusecs at noon on Tuesday. In the last 12 hours itself, 12,000 cusecs of water has risen in Ghaggar at Otu Head. Until Tuesday afternoon, 60373 cusecs of water was recorded at Guhla Cheeka, 12900 at Khanauri and 7474 cusecs at Chandpura in Ghaggar River.
800 cusecs of water in Ootu Head, there is currently no risk of flooding. Sirsa News
Due to the possibility of more water entering the Ghaggar River, the administration released water from Otu Head into the canals on Tuesday. At the same time, all the water was drained towards Rajasthan. On Tuesday, 800 cusec of water was recorded at Ootu Head. There is a possibility of 8 to 10 thousand cusec of water coming through Wednesday. XEN Ajit Hooda of the Irrigation Department said that 8 to 10 thousand cusecs of water is expected to reach Otu Head by Wednesday.
He said that the administration has completed all the preparations on its part. Ootu Head has been completely evacuated today. He said that 61,730 cusec of water flows in Guhla Chikka head, 13,425 cusec of water in Khanauri head, 10,000 cusec of water in Chandpur head. Rainfall in the hilly area has caused the water level of Ghaggar to rise. Ootu Head has 800 cusec of water. There is a possibility that 8 to 10 thousand cusecs of water will reach Sarsa by Wednesday. The administration has made all preparations to avert the risk of flooding. Sirsa News
The capacity of Ghaggar in Sarsa is about 25,000 cusec of water. If more water comes than this, water will be released into the canals coming out of Ghaggar. Due to the possibility of more water entering Ghaggar River, the government has removed all water from Otu Lake towards Rajasthan today. At the same time, 1000 cusecs of water were released into the channels coming out of Otu Head. At present, there is 800 cusecs of water in the Ghaggar River, so there is currently no risk of flooding.
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