Water level falls in most of the rivers

Bangla Tribune Desk
Published : 17:24, Jul 19, 2019 | Updated : 17:27, Jul 19, 2019

File PhotoWater level in most of the rivers in Bangladesh, except Jamuna and Ganges-Padma, has been decreasing.
According to Meteorological Department of Bangladesh and India, in the next 24 hours, there is no chance heavy rainfall in the highland areas, said a press release issued by Flood Information Centre of Bangladesh Water Development Board on Friday (Jul 19).
Brahmaputra’s water level will continue decreasing and Jamuna’s water level might go down in the next 24 hours. On the other hand, the water level of Ganges-Padma will rise in the next 48 hours.
Within the next 24-hours, old Brahmaputra River, Jamalpur, and Sureshwar point of Padma River might cross the danger limits.
The flood condition will worsen in Manikganj, Rajbari, Faridpur and Mushiganj districts, and will remain constant in Tangail and Sirajganj districts for the next 24 hours.
Flood situation in Bagura, Jamalpur, Kurigram, Gaibandha, Netrokona, Sunamganj, and Sylhet will improve by Saturday.