Water level in Mangla dam rises to 1186.40 feet

The ongoing torrential rains and subsequent rise in the level of water in lakes resulted in the rise of water level in Mangla Dam which rises 1186.40 feet high on Monday.

According to reports of Baaghitv, the recent wave of torrential rains and melting of glaciers at faster pace resulted in the rise of water level in different lakes of Pakistan, which consequently resulted in rise of water level at Mangla Dam. The water level in Mangla Dam has reached the height of 1186.40 feet against maximum conservation level of 1,242 feet.

As per the official figures, the inflow of water level at Jhelum river at Mangla dam was recorded at 56,200 cusecs with the outflows of 10000 cusecs of water from the reservoir located in Mirpur district of Azad Jammu & Kashmir.

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