Yamuna Water

Yamuna Water: The Yamuna river is flowing above the danger mark of 205.33 meters in the national capital Delhi since Saturday morning. Efforts are being intensified to move people from low-lying areas to safer places. The officers provided this information.

Yamuna Water: New Delhi, Yamuna river is flowing above the danger mark of 205.33 meters in the national capital Delhi since Saturday morning. Efforts are being intensified to move people from low-lying areas to safer places. The officers provided this information.

The water level had reached 205.99 meters

The flood control room said that the water level reached 205.99 meters at five in the morning. The water level of the Yamuna river in the national capital crossed the danger mark of 205.33 meters at around 4 pm on Friday following heavy rains in the upper catchment areas, prompting the authorities to initiate the process of evacuating people living in the low-lying areas. It fell

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2300 people were rescued

A forecast said that the water level is likely to remain stable after touching the 206 meter mark around 5 pm. East Delhi District Magistrate Anil Banka said around 2,300 people were evacuated from low-lying areas in the district and shifted to safer places by Friday night. He said evacuation efforts would be intensified on Saturday.

Water released from Hathnikund barrage

An official said that a flood warning is declared in Delhi when the quantum of water released from Hathnikund barrage in Yamuna Nagar crosses one lakh cusecs. With this, people living in submerged areas and flood prone areas are shifted to safer places, the official said.

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a warning was issued

In a warning issued by the Flood Control Department on Thursday, all sector officers have been advised to take necessary steps at sensitive points like deployment of required number of rapid action forces to keep a vigil in their respective areas and warn people living near river embankments. was given.

People are being shifted to tent-school

In view of the possibility of flood in low-lying areas, the administration and the Irrigation and Flood Control Department have deployed 34 boats and mobile pumps. People evacuated from submerged areas and low-lying areas are being shifted to temporary structures such as tents and permanent buildings such as schools.

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