Average water collection in major irrigation reservoirs- 61%
Raipur, 9 August 2018
Due to two days of heavy rainfall in the state has resulted in significant rise in water-level of many irrigation water reservoirs. As per the information received from State Data Centre of Water Reservoirs Departments, as on today morning water collection in 43 major irrigation water reservoirs was found to be 60.74%. These water reservoirs are containing three thousand 844 million cubic metre, whereas their total capacity is of six thousand 329 million cubic metre.
As per the State Data Centre’s report, water-level in various water reservoirs is as follows:- Minimata Bango Dam 78.64%, Ravishankar water reservoir (Gangrel Dam) 37.79%, Tandula Water Reservoir 34.80%, Dudhawa water reservoir 34.52%, Sikaser Water Reservoir 92.54%, Kharang water reservoir 55.24%, Sondhur water reservoir 69.21%, Madamsilli water reservoir 23.14%, Kodar water reservoir 26.07%, Maniyari water reservoir 60.68%, Kharkhara water reservoir 31.85%, Gondli water reservoir 44.86%, Kosarteda water reservoir 73.14%, Paralkot water reservoir 27.33%, Chhirpani water reservoir 57.99%, Shyam water reservoir 93.88%, Pipariyanala water reservoir44.11%, Ballar water reservoir 11.17%, Sutiyapat water reservoir94.20%, Mongra barrange water reservoir 59.53%, Maroda water reservoir 63.95, Saroda water reservoir 38.71%, Ghongha water reservoir46.58%, Matiyamoti water reservoir 17.82%, Jhumka water reservoir 54.09%, Gauge tank 32.36%, Khamharpakut water reservoir 37.27%, Keshwa Nala water reservoir 24.49%, Karra Nala water reservoir 57.60%, Banki water reservoir 82.66%, Kedarnala water reservoir35.17%, Kinkarinala water reservoir47.66%, Beharkhar water reservoir 49.02%, Kunwarpur water reservoir 77.87%, Khapri water reservoir 15.41%, Pendravan water reservoir 20.64%, Kumhari water reservoir 6.26%, Barnai water reservoir 61.88%, Ruse water reservoir14.92%, Putkanala water reservoir36.46%, Mayana water reservoir 26%, Dhara water reservoir 40.35%, Kelo water reservoir 40.45%.