Major rivers in Manipur are flowing above flood level while some are flowing above the warning level as the state is hit by incessant rainfall over the past few days.
According to information received from the Department of Water Resource, following are the water level of major rivers flowing through Imphal valley area.
Imphal River at Minuthong at 5 pm on Sunday was 787.00 mm while its warning level is 785.900 mm and flood level is 786.900 mm. The water level recorded at Lilong area was 780.700 mm at 5 pm Sunday; while its warning level is 780.350 mm and flood level is 781.350 mm.
Nambul River: Water level at Hump Bridge was 782.225 mm at 5 pm; its warning level is 781.175 mm and flood level is 782.175 mm.
Thoubal River: Water level was 774.00 mm at 5 pm; its warning level is 778.915 mm and flood level is 779.915 mm.
Manipur River: The water level reached 762.200 mm at 5 pm, while its warning level is 769.280 mm and flood level is 769.300.
Iril River: Its water level was 774.500 mm at 2 pm, while its warning level is 786.700 mm and flood level is 787.700 mm.
Nambol River: The Water level stood at 774.400 mm at 2 pm; its warning level is 772.700 mm and flood level is 773.700 mm.
To control the situation, gate number 2 and 3 of Ithai Barrage were opened. All gates of Imphal Barrage were also opened.