http://www.thenews.com.pk/updates.asp?id=109276 River Chenab in high-flood at Head Marala, Khanki Updated at: 0930 PST, Wednesday, July 28, 2010 LAHORE: Many villages have come inundated due to high-flood in River Chenab at Head Marala and Khanki areas on Wednesday morning, Geo news reported. According to Head Khanki and Head Marala authorities the flow of fierce floodwater mounting at 2,10,000 cusecs is passing by two areas, resulting in turning the river in high-flood. As many as five villages near Marala in Sialkot, thirteen villages between Head Khanki and Rasool Nagar and a village namely Kala Shadian near Qadirabad have been flooded by incessant overflow of fierce floodwater from River Chenab. Meanwhile, a mammoth number approximating 70 villages are at stake of being washed out by outflow of floodwater from River Chenab in case the high-flood remains on rise, sources feared. The authorities has held India responsible for flooding in River Chenab as they said India has released a big amount of water at Jammun Tavi place in River Chenab, sending the areas along river at high risk of being inundated and wiped out.