Inconsistent rain floods temples in Nashik's Ramkund

30 Jul 2019 10:36 AM

Inconsistent rain floods temples in Nashik's Ramkund

Updated 30 Jul 2019 10:36 AM

The Maharashtra Irrigation department released 1,000 cubic foot per second (cusec) water
from Gangapur Dam into the Godavari river on Monday afternoon due to heavy rains over the past five days, an official said.
The dam is 79 per cent full and people residing in colonies along the banks of the river were alerted in advance before the release, an executive engineer of the department
said. Water was also released from Darna Dam into the Darna river in Igatpuri tehsil as the area received 226 millimetres of rain in the past 24 hours, he informed. 

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