Guwahati: Brahmaputra River Flows Above Danger Level

Guwahati: Brahmaputra River Flows Above Danger Level

The Brahmaputra River has been flowing above the danger level in Guwahati due to the incessant rain. According to the Central Water Commission, the water is flowing 8 cm above danger level and that the water level is rising by 2 cm per hour.

The water level in the Kachari ghat is flowing above danger level.

Meanwhile, the increase in water level in the Kopili River has caused flooding in certain areas of Assam's Nagaon district, thus disrupting the normal life.

Amid the raging floods in Assam, river Kopili at Kampur in the Nagaon district continued to flow in a severe situation, according to the Central Water Commission (CWC).

"River Kopili at Kampur in Nagaon district of Assam continues to flow in severe situation as on 22.7.2020," CWC Official Flood Forecast tweeted today.

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