Tarbela and Chashma reservoirs also filled to their maximum level13.443 MAF water available in reservoirs; good omen for agriculture, hydropower August 17, 2023: Mangla Dam, the largest water reservoir in terms of water storage in the country, has filled to its maximum conservation level of 1242 feet. At present 7.356 million acre feet (MAF) water is available in Mangla reservoir. The other two major reservoirs Tarbela & Chashma have also filled to their maximum level. resulting in the maximum availability of water in the dams, which is being regarded a good omen for agriculture and hydel power generation in Pakistan in the days to come. As per details, the water storage at Tarbela Dam is 5.809 MAF and Chashma is 0.278 MAF. The cumulative quantum of water available at present in Mangla, Tarbela and Chashma reservoirs stands at 13.443 MAF. According to the statistics, water level in Tarbela is 1550 feet and Chashma 649 feet above mean sea level. The water inflow from Rivers Indus at Tarbela is 221000 cusecs and Outflows 199600 cusecs, inflow from River Jhelum at Mangla is 26000 cusecs and Outflows 10000 cusecs, and water inflow at Chashma is 310400 cusecs and Outflows 243100 cusecs.