The state of water in rivers and reservoirs

The state of water in rivers and reservoirs. The inflow and outflow of water in Tarbela, Mangla and Chashma reservoirs, their levels and the flow of water in the barrages were as follows. In Jhelum, the arrival at Mangla is 45300 cusecs and the outflow is 58000 cusecs.
Jinnah arrives at 86500 cusecs and exits at 79000 cusecs, Chashma arrives at 84900 cusecs and exits at 98000 cusecs,

The state of water in rivers and reservoirs

Taunsa arrives at 92000 cusecs and exits at 81400 cusecs, Panjnad arrives at 12000 cusecs, Guddu arrives at 59600 cusecs and exits at 48500 cusecs, Sukkur arrives at 46000 cusecs.Tarbelaka minimum operating level 1392 feet, current water level in the reservoir 1402.55 feet, maximum storage level in the reservoir 1550 feet and usable water storage 0.117 million acre feet.

Manglaka minimum operating level is 1050 feet, current water level in the reservoir is 1108.10 feet, maximum storage level in the reservoir is 1242 feet and usable water storage is 0.528 million acre feet. The minimum operating level of the spring is 646.90 feet, the current water level in the reservoir is 646.90 feet, the maximum water storage level in the reservoir is 649 feet and the usable water storage is 0.183 million acre feet. The inflow and outflow of water in the Kabul River at Jhelum and the Jhelum River at Mangla is in the form of an average flow of 24 hours.

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