Panchganga river water crosses warning level in Kolhapur
| Thursday | 6th August, 2020
This picture has been used for representation purpose onlyThe Panchganga river water at Kolhapur in western Maharashtra crossed the warning level on Thursday morning following heavy rainfall in the area, the district disaster management cell said.
On Thursday morning, water level of the Panchganga river at Rajaram weir reached 41.7 feet.
He said since the rain stopped on Thursday morning, the water level of the river is expected to remain steady.
As a pre-emptive measure, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has already deployed four teams in Kolhapur district.
The Sangli district administration has also asked people living on the banks of the Krishna, Warna and Koyna rivers to remain alert.