Due to the release of water from torrential rains and Hathnikund barrage, the risk of floods in Delhi is increasing rapidly. On Tuesday morning, the water level of the Yamuna reached 206 meters, which is the highest risk of flood in the national capital today.
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The Yamuna is flowing above the danger mark. After reaching the alarming level of Yamuna's water level, lower areas of Delhi have been evacuated and people have been taken to relief camps. Continuous water is being released from Hathnikund Barrage, due to which the Yamuna water level is increasing rapidly.
Unless the process of leaving water from Hathnikund Barrage ceases, then the danger of floods in Delhi will be increased. At 7am on Tuesday, the water level of the Delhi Railway Bridge reached 206 meters, which has increased the risk of flood. Given this danger of flooding, the administration has also become alert.
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In view of rising water level on the Yamuna Bridge, the railways have to stop the movement of trains. Routes of many trains are also changing. Earlier on Sunday, the water level of the Yamuna had reached 205.52 meters and the movement was stopped from the bridge. With the closure of the Yamuna Bridge, the railway canceled 27 passenger trains, changed the route of 14 express trains and canceled three express trains.
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