New Delhi: While Delhi is in the midst of flood due to continuous rise of water level of the Yamuna river, Chief Minister of Arvind Kejriwal has confirmed that his government is closing three water treatment plants in the city.
“Due to rising water level in Yamuna, Wazirabad, Chandrawal and Okhla water treatment plants have to be closed. Due to this there will be water problem in some areas of Delhi. As soon as the Yamuna water recedes, we will try to start them as soon as possible,” Delhi CM tweeted.
Meanwhile, Delhi CM also appealed all his MLAs and councillors to visit all the relief camps and provide all possible support. The government has also announced the closure of all government and private schools in the flood-affected areas.