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Devineni Uma opens Srisailam floodgates, releases water

12 Octobre 2017

The radial crest gates of Srisailam project were opened for the first time this water year on Thursday morning to let about 56,000 cusecs water into the Krishna river course.

Minister for Irrigation Devineni Uma Maheswar Rao, along with engineers from the department also performed puja at the dam site.

According to the Irrigation Department officials, two gates were lifted for about 10 feet each to let the water pass through the spillway resulting in a attractive sight at the dam. The gross storage of the reservoir is 210 tmc as against the gross capacity of 213 tmc.

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Initially, Mr. Reddy said that as some 80,000 cusecs were being released through the power house channels, there may not be any need to operate the flood gates.

Along with drawal of water from various irrigation systems based on Srisaialm reservoir - Pothireddypadu Head Regulator, Handri-Neeva lift irrigation scheme and Kalwakurthy lift - water release to Nagarjunasagar continued from the second week of September. The water will reach Nagarjunasagar project.

So far this year, no water was released from either the NSP Left Canal or The NSP Right Canal for irrigation. Inflows into the dam continue to be high, at about 1.51 lakh cusecs.

Devineni Uma opens Srisailam floodgates, releases water