Water ranges at 22 river stations monitored by Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre (FFWC) have marked rise whereas 85 stations recorded fall.

Among the many 109 monitored river stations, two have been registered regular and water degree in any respect river stations is flowing beneath the hazard degree, a bulletin issued by the FFWC stated right here on Sunday.

All the foremost rivers of the nation are in falling development, which can proceed within the subsequent 48 hours, the bulletin added.

Important rainfall was recorded at some stations in several districts over the last 24 hours ending at 9am on Sunday.

A complete of 175mm rainfalls had been recorded at Sheola (Sylhet), 125mm at Latu (Sylhet), 89mm at Jaflong, 59mm at Kanaighat, 168mm at Sylhet, 122mm at Dakhinbagh (Sylhet), 86mm at Rangamati and 50mm at Chattak (Sunamganj), the FFWC bulletin talked about.

Important rainfalls had been recorded over the last 24 hours in Sikkim, Arunachal, Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura areas of North-East India, the bulletin stated.

A complete of 68mm rainfalls had been recorded at Tezpur (Assam), and 60mm at Cherrapunji (Meghalaya).

Huge swathes of northern and northeastern elements of Bangladesh had been badly affected by devastating flooding on June 15, which is the worst one since 2004.

Heavy downpour inside Bangladesh and upstream areas of some states of India triggered the worst flooding within the nation for almost twenty years. Two northeastern districts — Sunamganj and Sylhet– had been severely affected by the flood.


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