Ganges And Padma Water Level Measurement Commences On Time

Bangladesh And India Continue Cooperation

3 Jan 2022 by Local Press Report

Bangladesh and India have resumed monitoring the water level of the Ganges and Padma rivers at different points under the Ganges Water Sharing Treaty 1996. The teams will record each 10-day cycle of water level at the Hardinge Bridge point and Farakka point and file report to the Joint Rivers Commission (JRC). The flow of water in Padma remains in much better position than previous year, so Bangladesh is expecting to get sufficient water this year, according to Hydrology.

Source: The Daily Star

Source: The Daily Star

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