The Yamuna river’s water level has stabilised in Delhi, according to the Central Water Commission, and it is anticipated to fall to 208.45 metres by 3 am on Friday, according to reports.
Due to the closure of three water treatment plants because of the rising Yamuna, Wazirabad, Chandrawal, and Okhla, the city is facing a drinking water deficit as a result of the flooding. The government has decided to reduce supplies by 25%, TOI reported as per news agency Current News of India-CNI.
Twelve NDRF teams have been placed throughout the city to deal with the water crisis.
Meanwhile, All city schools and institutions will stay closed till Sunday, according to chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, and all government offices—aside from those that provide critical services—would revert to work from home policies.(CNI)