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The water level increase in the Yamuna River in Delhi reached 205.80 meters

The water level of the Yamuna River in Delhi has risen to 205.80 meters, as heavy rainfall in Haryana led to an increase in water flow. Atishi, the Public Works Department minister, confirmed the rise in water level and attributed it to the recent heavy rains.

The Central Water Commission has estimated that the water level could reach 206.1 meters overnight. Despite the increase, there is no immediate danger for the people of Delhi. However, individuals residing in relief camps are advised to remain cautious and not return home until the water level recedes below the danger mark.

Atishi’s tweet in Hindi urged people to prioritize their safety and wait for the situation to improve before returning home. Efforts are being made to monitor the situation and ensure the safety of the affected residents.