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Gates at Annamayya Project raised

Water released for smaller lakes

Rajampeta - Cuddapah, October 26, 2007

With more water reaching to the Annamayya project due to the recent rains, gates at the project have been raised today. The additional water is now reaching smaller lakes. The inflow of water to the project reached 3300 cu secs today. With this, about 10 cu secs is now released to smaller lakes.

Annamayya project has a water holding capacity of 2.24 TMCs but is used for holding 1.30 TMCs considering that the project is in observation phase.

With the lifting of gates, hundreds of tourists are coming to the region to get a glimpse of the project. With Karthika maasam soon approaching, the project is expected to increased inflow of tourists too.

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