Yamuna water level rising continuously in Delhi, crossed 208 meters after 45 years, government alert -aabtak24


Delhi Yamuna Flood: The water level of Yamuna is increasing continuously during the monsoon rains in the national capital Delhi. After 45 years, the water level of the river here has crossed the figure of 208 metres. The Delhi government is alert in view of the flood situation. 

According to news agency ANI, the Delhi government said, “The water level of Yamuna in Delhi has crossed 208.05 meters, which is against the 207.99 meters imposed by the Central Water Commission for the period from 4 to 6 am on July 13.” It is more than the estimate. ”””” The government said that the increase was registered at 10 pm on the old railway bridge. According to news agency PTI, earlier in 1978, the water level of Yamuna in Delhi was recorded at 207.49 metres. 

Due to the continuous rise in the water level of Yamuna, flood water has entered many areas along the banks of the river. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had to call an emergency meeting.

Yamuna water level in Delhi crosses 208.05 metres, exceeding the Central Water Commission’s estimate of 207.99 meters (between 4 am and 6 am on July 13). The increase was recorded at 10:00 pm at the old railway bridge: Delhi Govt


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