Delhi flood live updates
Delhi flood live updates

Delhi Floods: Delhi’s Yamuna River‘s water level is constantly rising, and as a result, the nearby roadways and other public and private facilities have been inundated. In addition to this, the residents who live close to the river are having a really difficult time. People are being transported to safer locations after several areas have been evacuated.

There is a risk of ongoing flooding in Delhi as a result of the Yamuna River’s rising water level. On Thursday, the Yamuna’s water level was at the danger mark, which was 208.65 meters. The river’s water level peaked in 1978 at 207.49 meters.

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Due to the rise in Yamuna River’s water level, all Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) schools would be closed through July 16.

According to officials, the main cause of the flood-like conditions in some areas of the city is the release of water from the Hathini Kund dam combined with severe rainfall in Delhi and the neighboring districts.

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