On Sunday the water inflow in the major rivers has surged to 537,300 cusecs because of the monsoon season and the melting of snow in the catchment areas of rivers.
As per the date released by the Indus River System Authority—IRSA the water inflow in river Indus at Tarbela was recorded as 299,700 cusecs against the outflow of 160,000 cusecs.
The water inflow in the river Jhelum at Mangla was recorded as 62,200 cusecs against the outflow of 12,000 cusecs.
In the same way, the water inflow in the river Kabul at Nowshera was recorded as 92,200 cusec and 53,000 cusecs at Marala.
The water level in the river Indus at Tarbela Dam was 1,467.42 feet, which was 81.42 feet higher than its dead level of 1,386 feet.
The water level in the river Jhelum at Mangla Dam was 1,161.50 feet, which was 121.50 feet higher than its dead level of 1,040 feet.
The water release at Kalabagh, Sukkur and Taunsa was recorded as 240,400, 72,300 and 223,300 cusecs respectively.
The total water shortage is at 4.373million acre feet (MAF).