Nashik Rain: For the last five days Trimbakeshwar(Trimbakeshwer) Due to heavy rains in Igatpuri and Dindori talukas, large amount of water is being discharged from Darna, Gangapur and Palakhed dams and due to this in Niphad taluka Nandurmadhyameshwar (NandurMadhyameshwer) A large amount of flood water is entering the catchment area of the dam. Against this backdrop, about 80,000 cusecs is being discharged from Nandurmadhyameshwar Dam.
For the last four-five days, the district including Nashik city has been lashed by rains. Record rainfall has been recorded in Igatpuri, Trimbakeshwar, Surgana Peth and Dindori in the western belt of Nashik. As a result, the reserves of Gangapur, Palakhed, Waghad, Ojharkhed, Darna, Mukne, etc. dams have increased rapidly. Visarga is also being constructed from Gangapur and Darna dams.
Record rainfall has been recorded in the district in the last 24 hours. Peth taluka received 328 mm of rainfall while Surgana received 289 mm of rainfall. Dindori received 172 mm of rainfall. 131 and 90 mm of rain fell at this place respectively while Kalvan 139, Chandwad 78, Niphad 76, Nashik 70, Baglan 69, Deola 73, Yeola 41 mm of rain fell. In comparison, Malegaon 37 Sinnar 24 Nandgaon 22 mm rainfall has been recorded.
Visarga more than 09 TMC
The water level of Godavari has increased due to discharge from Gangapur dam. Therefore, flood situation persists in Godavari even on the third day. Due to the floods in Godavari, Chandori, Saykheda and other riverside villages are affected by floods every year. Alert has been issued in Chandori Saykheda area this year too. Against this backdrop, 80,000 liters of water is being discharged from Nandur Madhameshwar Dam towards Jayakwadi into the Godavari river basin. According to the dam administration, more than 90 TMC of water has been discharged till Tuesday evening in this rainy season.
Panveli in flood waters
Due to rains in Darna and Gangapur dam areas, a large amount of water is being discharged from the dam. Due to the large amount of Panveli being carried away in the flood waters, Panveli is stuck on the Godavari river bridge on Saykheda road. As a result, water bubbles have formed in the area and flood water has infiltrated into the fields in the area. It has also caused major damage to agriculture and crops. Panvelis are currently being removed from flood waters with the help of Poklen. Due to heavy rains in Gangapur and Darna Palakhed dam areas, eight curved gates of Nandur Madhameshwar Dam have been fully opened.