This incident does not result from a natural disaster. Our problem is that we do not know how to manage water.
We did not assess from the beginning of the rainy season whether there would be lots of rain and how much water should have been held in the dams.
Every party kept water in large dams. The Irrigation Department and the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) were afraid they would run out of water in the dry season. They made the wrong guess.
If rains continue throughout the middle and the end of the rainy season, the dams cannot hold all the water and now all large dams are full.
The problem is that all the full dams are discharging water simultaneously. The Central Plains below the dams has already suffered heavy rains. Consequently there is a massive amount of water. The simultaneous discharges from the dams have therefore caused flooding in many areas from Nakhon Sawan to Ayutthaya.
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