The floodwater of Chenab River entered Sindh with Guddu witnessing gradual increase of water level in Indus River.
According to Flood Forecasting Division, Indus River is roaring ahead with low flood level at Guddu Barrage with inflow at 309,373 cusecs and outflow at 283,500 cusecs
An increase has been recorded in the river level in Sukkur with 190,000 cusecs.
After unfolding massive devastations across Punjab, Chenab River began to recede; however, it is still in high tide at Panjnad with 318,000 cusecs.
According to Flood Forecasting Division, the flood torrent will continue raging past Guddu and Sukkur barrages for three days and will fall into the sea after a week.