Jun 24, 2024

Flood alert in Kashmir, 2 bridges washed away : NHs blocked

While the authorities have sounded alert in Kashmir after flooded Jhelum crossed danger mark today, the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, Batote- Kishtwar and Mughal Road were closed after fresh landslides this morning, while many rivers and nallahs were flooded due to continuous rain in many parts of the region for the last two days, whereas, chopper service to Mata Vaishnodevi shrine remained suspended due to bad weather.

River Tawi and Chenab were over flooded today and it made authorities to sound alert in the low lying areas of Jammu dis- trict.

The flooded nallahs dis- rupted movement of traffic at several places across the region. Official sources said that

The Gauge Readings @ 6am on 30 June 2018

(1) RIVER JHELUM

i) Sangam =23.57 ft.
ii) Munshi Bagh =20.50 ft
iii) Asham =9.83 ft.

(2) TRIBUTARIES:

i) Vishow Nallah at Khudwani=7.82 mt.
ii) Rambi Ara at Wachi= 3.68 mt.
iii) Lidder Nallah at Batkoot=1.55 mt.

 

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