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Sudarat said. She added that FROC chief Pracha Promnok has agreed to her idea and that she would later raise the matter with Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

She warned that the government's current plan of blocking the floodwater in upstream provinces would only help increase the water pressure. Any leak in the temporary flood walls could lead to severe flooding in Bangkok's central areas, including the Victory Monument, she said.

"The situation is critical and I think this is time for me to help," Sudarat said.

She denied that she was acting on someone's command. "I have not got been ordered by anyone, although I get advice from many sources. We now need to brainstorm to release the 10,000-plus million cubic metres of water into the sea as soon as possible. We can't allow the water to mass up and attack Bangkok," the banned politician said.

Sudarat is one of the 111 former executives of the disbanded Thai Rak Thai Party who have been banned from politics for five years after the party was dissolved by court order for electoral fraud.

Meanwhile, Kohlak Charoenruk, deputy chairman of the National Disaster Warning Committee, yesterday called on the prime minister to decide whether to allow floodwaters from upstream provinces to naturally pass Bangkok's Chao Phraya River and canals into the sea.

He said that the government's attempt to keep the massive floodwater in provinces north of Bangkok would only help increase the water pressure.

"It's the nature of water to flow downstream into the sea. When you block a lot of water, it will mass up to become a tsunami and could finally hit Bangkok," he said. He added that Bangkok is on a natural channel for the water from upstream to flow into the sea.

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