The Yamuna’s level stabilises; many of the flooded areas have begun to recede.

The Yamuna’s level stabilises and many of the flooded areas have begun to recede. Water of the river has stabilised and will start receding tonight, a senior Central Water Commission official said. As per the CWC flood-checking entry, the water level at the Old Rail route Extension rose to 208.62 meters at 1 pm and stayed stable till 4 pm.

The furious stream has immersed a few regions, influenced public and confidential foundation, street and rail traffic and made colossal difficulties individuals living close to the waterway. On Wednesday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called on the government at the national level to step in, and the city police enforced Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code in flood-prone areas to prevent public movement in groups and unlawful assembly of four or more people.

After all this, Delhi people problem will not to be end soon. As city stared at a drinking water shortage, Delhi Government decided to cut the water supply by 25% following the closure of three water treatment plants Chandrawal, Wazirabad and Okhla.