Tarbela Dam is probably going to arrive at its pinnacle level of 1550 feet by first or second September, notwithstanding, Mangla dam will not be able to accomplish its most extreme level during the momentum season.
As indicated by the authorities of the Indus River System Authority (IRSA), Tarbela is presently at 1547.68 feet and if the momentum stream proceeds with it will accomplish its pinnacle level within 48 hours.
On the off chance that Tarbela accomplishes its most extreme level, the nation will have sufficient water stockpiling for the Rabi season beginning from 1 October.
In any case, the Mangla dam will not reach its pinnacle level of 1242 feet as it is presently more than 42 feet shy of its most extreme level, the authority said.
The inflow in River Indus at Tarbela was 179300 cusecs on Monday against 143900 cusecs surges.