Assam Floods | The Brahmaputra is above the danger line at Nimati, Kamalabari. What is the water level of the main rivers of Ujjain?

Assam Floods | The Brahmaputra is above the danger line at Nimati, Kamalabari. What is the water level of the main rivers of Ujjain?

The danger level of the Brahmaputra at Nimati is 85.54 meters. In the last 24 hours, the water level of Brahmaputra has risen and is above the danger level.

The danger level of the Brahmaputra at Nimati is 85.54 meters. In the last 24 hours, the water level of Brahmaputra has risen and is above the danger level.

The water levels of the main rivers, including the Brahmaputra in Upper Assam, are rising. The water level of Brahmaputra at Nimatighat on the morning of 19th May was 65.61 meters. The water level of the Brahmaputra was recorded at 65.42 m on the morning of 18 May. The danger level of the Brahmaputra at Nimati is 85.54 meters. In the last 24 hours, the water level of Brahmaputra has risen and is above the danger level.

According to the data recorded on May 19, the water level of Brahmaputra in Dibrugarh has decreased and 105.11 meters has been recorded. The water level of Dhalato Brahmaputra has decreased to 127.03 meters. At Kamalabari Ghat in Majuli, however, the water level of Brahmaputra has risen to 65.13 m. The danger level of Brahmaputra at Kamalabari Ghat is 84.90 meters. The water level of Brahmaputra at Beyli Kamalabari Ghat on 16th May was 84.8 meters. The water level of Chiang River at Beyli Pachighat on May 19 was 151.51 meters (danger level: 153.96 meters).

The water level of Behli Tejut Luhit River rose to 190.82 m on Thursday (danger level: 190.33 m). The water level of Sovanshiri River at Jengraimukh on 19th May was recorded at 64.38 meters (danger level: 85.42 meters).

Published by:Sanjay Kumar Das

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