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Yamuna in Delhi shows receding trend but still above danger mark

Yamuna in Delhi shows receding trend but still above danger mark
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New Delhi, Jul 18 (PTI) The water level of the Yamuna in Delhi followed a downward trend on Tuesday morning after a slight increase on Monday due to rains in catchment areas upstream of the national capital.  However, it is still flowing over two metres above the danger mark of 205.33 metres.

The Wazirabad water treatment plant, where operations were hit due to inundation of a pump house, has also started working at full capacity, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said.  According to the Central Water Commission’s flood-monitoring portal, the Yamuna water level declined to 205.67 metres by 8 am on Tuesday from 206.01 at 11 pm on Monday.

It is expected to drop further to 205.41 metres by 7 pm.


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