Even though the water level of Brahmaputra in Guwahati has receded by 6 cm on Wednesday, however, it is still flowing over the danger level by 1 metre.

The water level of the Brahmaputra in Guwahati on Wednesday is 50.69 metres, which on Tuesday was 50.75 metres.

The danger level mark of the Brahmaputra in Guwahati is 49.68 metre.

As the Brahmaputra continue to flow above the danger level, several areas of Guwahati including Lachit Ghat, Uzanbazar, Chandrapur etc. remain flooded.

Tributaries of the Brahmaputra including Bornodi, Bharalu, Bahini, Mora Bharalu, and Kallong are also flowing above the danger level.

Dipjyoti Sarma is the Staff Reporter of Northeast Now. He can be reached at sarmadip7@gmail.com