Flood warning in Delhi, water reaches danger mark
Flood warning in Delhi, water reaches danger mark

Yamuna's water level in Delhi has crossed the danger mark. After which the Delhi government has issued an alert to the people living in the banks of Yamuna. At present, the water level of Yamuna is 204.92 meters, which is 0.09 meters above the danger mark.

The danger level increases after reaching 204.83 meters in the Yamuna. Meanwhile, the administration has issued an alert in view of the ever increasing water. An official said that the Irrigation and Flood Control Department of Delhi Government has prepared 100 people living in low-lying areas to be taken to safer places.

On Friday, the district administration of East Delhi issued a statement saying that the water level of the Yamuna on Delhi Old Railway Bridge reached on July 27 at 7 pm at 204.10 meters. The water level is constantly increasing.

It has been stated in the statement that all the executives/sector officers have been instructed to keep close contact with the control room. Our people are deployed under the Quick Response Team and today the vehicles and three boats were put into service.

Water is being released continuously from the side of Haryana. On Saturday morning, more than 1,65,000 cusec was released at 6 o'clock. This means that the water level will increase further. However, the department said that it will not have much effect. But people from the lower areas like Gandhi Mandu, New Usmanpur, Yamuna Pusta and Soniya Vihar on the banks of the Yamuna have been evacuated.

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