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Central Water Commission issued a flood warning in Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram: The Central Water Commission has warned of flood risk in 7 rivers in the southern districts of Kerala. Warning that there will be a crisis if the water level rises in Pampa and Achankovilar.

The Central Water Commission has issued a warning as heavy rains continue in the state. In the current situation, if the rain continues, the water commission has warned that there is a possibility of flooding in seven rivers in the southern districts.

There is also a warning that there will be a crisis if the water level rises in Pampa and Achankovilar rivers. Flood risk cannot be ruled out in Manimalayar as well, caution has been issued at Pullakkayar in Kottayam and Kallupara in Pathanamthitta where Manimalayar flows.
The warning says that people on the banks of the Vamanapuram and Karamana rivers should also be careful.

The water commission’s bulletin also states that flood risk cannot be ruled out even in Kallatayat.Among the big dams, only Banasura Sagar is 70 percent full.

The bulletin issued by the Water Commission also states that there is no crisis in other dams. At the same time, the Central Water Commission has issued a warning as per the protocol for opening small dams.

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