Mangla, Tarbela dams few feet away from hitting dead level

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Level of stored water in Mangla and Tarbela dams will hit dead level in next 36 hours as Pakistan did not receive substantial precipitation in winter season.

Mangla dam is only 10-feet away while Tarbela dam will reach dead level by dropping only five feet.

According to sources, approximately 12 million acre-feet of water, equivalent to the storage capacity of both the dams, was wasted in 2016-17 which contributed to the crises along with reduced rainfall.

Level of stored water in Mangla and Tarbela dams will hit dead level in next 36 hours as Pakistan did not receive substantial precipitation in winter season.

Mangla dam is only 10-feet away while Tarbela dam will reach dead level by dropping only five feet.

According to sources, approximately 12 million acre-feet of water, equivalent to the storage capacity of both the dams, was wasted in 2016-17 which contributed to the crises along with reduced rainfall.

Level of stored water in Mangla and Tarbela dams will hit dead level in next 36 hours as Pakistan did not receive substantial precipitation in winter season.

Mangla dam is only 10-feet away while Tarbela dam will reach dead level by dropping only five feet.

According to sources, approximately 12 million acre-feet of water, equivalent to the storage capacity of both the dams, was wasted in 2016-17 which contributed to the crises along with reduced rainfall.

Level of stored water in Mangla and Tarbela dams will hit dead level in next 36 hours as Pakistan did not receive substantial precipitation in winter season.

Mangla dam is only 10-feet away while Tarbela dam will reach dead level by dropping only five feet.

According to sources, approximately 12 million acre-feet of water, equivalent to the storage capacity of both the dams, was wasted in 2016-17 which contributed to the crises along with reduced rainfall.

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