To tie. Monsoon, which became active in Sawan, kept Chitrakootdham mandal from rain for the third consecutive day on Thursday. Intermittent night and day rains have caused water logging in cities and villages and inundated fields. Life has been affected. The amount of water falling into the Ken river from the Gangau Dam/Weir has increased further. On Thursday, 11,990 cusecs of water kept falling in the Ken river from the crustwall of Gangau dam. Similarly, 7898 cusecs of water from Bariarpur dam continued to be discharged into the river. Monsoon became active in Chitrakootdham division with a delay of about one and a half months. The weather remained dry from 15 June to 25 July. There were fears of drought, but as soon as the season started, the weather took a turn and for the last three days, the process of rain continued in the entire division. During this, the average rainfall of all the four districts of Banda, Hamirpur, Mahoba and Chitrakoot has been measured to be more than 50 mm. Monsoon is most merciful in Banda in the division. Badra, which is raining heavily and raining heavily in Sawan, is showing a different attitude here. Banda has received the highest rainfall of 522 mm since June 1 in the entire Chitrakoot Dham division. The lowest rainfall of only 135 mm has been recorded in Mahoba. 429 mm of rain has been recorded in Hamirpur and 240 mm in Chitrakoot. These figures are from the Irrigation Department. Rainfall in the dams of Mandal in the last 24 hours and the total rainfall and water level since June 1st. Gangau (Chhatarpur) - 8 mm (total 248 mm), water level - 223.81 m. Rungawan (Chhatarpur) - 20 mm (total 185 mm), water level 223.27 m. Bariarpur (Panna) - 15 mm (total 78 mm), water level - 185.50 m. Ohan (Chitrakoot) - 7 mm (total 110 mm), water level - 160.20 m. Barua (Chitrakoot) - 18 mm (116 mm total), water level - 138.47 m. Gunta (Chitrakoot) - 3 mm (total 141 mm), water level - 118.50 m. Rasin (Chitrakoot) - 48 mm (total 138 mm), water level - 140.10 m. Arjun (Mahoba) - 10 mm (total 105 mm), water level - 169.62 m. Chandrawal (Mahoba) - 7 mm (total 100 mm), water level - 147.91 m. Kabrai (Mahoba) - 12 mm (total 90 mm), water level - 149.04 m. Majhgawan (Mahoba) - 10 mm (total 98 mm), water level - 218.20 m. Urmil (Mahoba) - 10 mm (total 160 mm), water level - 228.50 m. Maudaha (Hamirpur) - 22 mm (total 282 mm), water level - 142.10 m. Water level (in metres) of the rivers of Mandal on 29th July Ken (Banda) - 94.83 (Danger Mark 104) Yamuna (shouting) - 86.82 (danger mark 100) Betwa (Hamirpur) - 89.48 (Danger Mark 104.54) Yamuna (Hamirpur) - 90.34 (Danger Mark 103.63)In the last 24 hours of rain in the four districts of the division and in the total rainfall (mm) since June 1st. Banda-40 mm (total rainfall 522.20). Chitrakoot-15 mm (total rainfall 240). Mahoba-10 mm (total rainfall 140). Hamirpur-60 mm (total rainfall 429). To tie. There is no risk of flood in Ken river at present even after the Gangau Dam/Weir has burst. 11,990 cusecs of water from Gangau's crustwal and 7898 cusecs from Bariarpur dam is overflowing and falling into the river. Irrigation Department's Assistant Engineer Ghanshyam Verma, Junior Engineer Ved Prakash Gaur (Gangau Dam) and Junior Engineer Dhirendra Pratap Singh (Bariyarpur) said that the water level and discharge are being continuously monitored.