Inflow of water in Indus at Sukkur barrage measured today at 4,83,400 cusecs and outflow at 4,40,440 cusecs, according to the water record.
The water at Tarbela reservoir has been measured at 59,80,000 acre feet, while at Mangla reservoir water conservation has been 73,56,000 acre feet, according to Wapda statement.
According to the water data released by Sindh irrigation department the water level at Guddu Barrage and Sukkur Barrage surged by 13,000 and 2000 cusecs respectively in past 24 hours.
It is pertinent to mention here that monsoon season this year has rained more water over Pakistan filling three major reservoirs in the country to their maximum capacity.
The ongoing spell of torrential rains in Karachi and Sindh has increased the water level in Hub Dam to 338 feet
Hub Dam is Pakistan’s third-largest dam and an important source of water supply to Karachi.
Recent rainfall in the catchment area of the Hub River has increased inflow to the reservoir and increased the water graph to 328 ft, with the dam having the capacity to store maximum 339 feet of water
The increasing water level in the dam will improve the water supply in District West and other areas of Karachi
Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) Sindh had recently issued an alert about flood in Indus River with rising level of water at barrages in the province.