Yamuna Water Level Reaches 208.46 Metres; Delhi Police Issues Advisory
Delhi Traffic Police issued an advisory as the water level in Yamuna River crosses the danger mark.
Delhi Traffic Police Issued An Advisory Owing To The Record Rise In Water Level In Yamuna River
ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-07-13
The Yamuna water level reaches 208.05 metres at 7 am on Thursday, July 13 as Hathnikund barrage in Haryana continues to release water into the river, according to the Central Water Commission.
The Delhi police has also imposed section 144 CrPC as a precautionary measure in the flood-prone areas in Delhi.
Due to the flood-like situation, 10 schools in low-lying areas of the Civil Lines zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi and seven in the Shahadra area will remain closed. Online classes will be held for students of those schools.
Notably, there are no dams on the Yamuna river and, therefore, most of the monsoon flow remains unutilised, resulting in floods during the season.
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