The water level of the Brahmaputra has crossed the danger line in Guwahati. Brahmaputra water is increasing by 2-3 centimeters per hour. The situation in the metropolis is dire due to heavy rains in the state and released of water by Nipko. And a diversion of the Brahmaputra in Guwahati is expected to submerge if the water level increases by about 1 meter. This information has been published by the Central Water Commission. And if the monsoon rains continue in the state, then the Pandu, Garigaon, Dharapur areas of the metropolis will be affected by the flood. Already half of the wrecked ship at Pandu Sadilapur has sunk in the Brahmaputra.