The fear of Yamuna river breaching its all-time record danger mark is looming over the head of New Delhi as the river touched 205.33 metres mark – also a danger mark – on July 10, Tuesday.
The fresh development has sparked high alert among the administration as government is gearing up for mass eviction from banks of the river.
ANI news tweet about yamuna river flow:
As the water level touched the danger mark, rail traffic on Old Yamuna rail bridge was temporarily suspended from 6 AM on Tuesday, informed Deepak Kumar, Chief Public Officer (CPRO), Northern Railway.
The Yamuna is inching closer to its highest flood level of 207.49 metres – previously recorded in 1978.
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