Delhi floods: Yamuna water declining at steady pace, more rain can worsen situation as IMD issues yellow alert for today
The water level of the Yamuna River in Delhi is declining after reaching a record high of 208.66 meters. The current level is 207.98 meters, according to the Central Water Commission. The government has evacuated over 25,000 people and deployed 16 NDRF teams for rescue work.
After breaking all records in past few days flowing at a historic 208.66 metres mark, Yamuna river has begun receding to its normal level at a steady pace. Yamuna water level was recorded at 207.98 metres at the Old Railway Bridge at 11 pm on Friday, the official data of Central Water Commission (CWC) show.