Delhi Yamuna Flood News Live Update: The water level of Yamuna river continues to decline again. In Delhi, it was recorded at 205.71 meters at 7 am. However, Yamuna river is still flowing above the danger mark. The Delhi government says that there is nothing to panic. The government has appealed to the flood-affected people to stay in relief camps for now and not go back to their homes. At the same time, the District Magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar, adjacent to Delhi, has appealed to the people not to try to bathe, swim and take selfies in the Yamuna and Hindon rivers.
The District Magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar said that due to continuous rains in the mountains, there is a danger of flood in the Hindon and Yamuna rivers passing through the district, so people should not try to bathe, swim or take selfies in these rivers. In Haryana’s Faridabad, adjacent to Delhi, four people died due to drowning in separate incidents in the last two days. Police said three bodies were recovered on Sunday evening while one body was fished out from the flooded Yamuna on Monday. Follow Jansatta.com for moment by moment updates related to Delhi floods.
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In view of the rising water level in the Yamuna, the Delhi government urged people to stay in relief camps and assured them that they would not face any danger. However, some of them have started returning to their homes and shops.
In Delhi, teams of Public Works Department, Municipal Corporation of Delhi are working to clear out the accumulated water in different areas of the city. The dewatering work is going on near Yamuna Bazar, Delhi Secretariat and ITO. Pumps have been installed for this.
The water level of Yamuna river at Delhi’s Old Railway Bridge (ORB) was recorded at 205.75 meters at 12 am. Yamuna river is still flowing above the danger mark.
The problem of water logging in Delhi’s ITO due to increase in the water level of Yamuna river has now been resolved. Traffic is continuing normally.