BANGKOK, Sept 25 - Citizens in 27 communities in 13 Bangkok districts tend to be warned to be on alert pertaining to flooding as the Chao Phraya River is rising.

According to Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) flooding has begun affecting many people staying outside of the BMA’s anti-flood dykes.

Water level within the Chao Phraya River raised to 1.72 metres the previous day morning although the Irrigation Department produced water via dams at 2,400 cubic metres per 2nd and rain has still to stop.

Virtually all areas for both aspects of the Chao Phraya River happen to be required to settle on notify till earlier the following month and instructed individuals transfer their particular belongings to enhance ground, and view the water level daily.

BMA has organized 5 million sandbags to stop overflowing water and floods in places where development of embankmentsisn't still completed. The rest of the section is approximately 85 metres long.