2023 Delhi Floods: Yamuna River Water Level Breaks 45-Year Record
Now due to the rise in the water level of the Yamuna river,
tthe whole of the low-lying areas near the Kashmir Gate are also heavily waterlogged.
And not only that, there was heavy waterlogging at ITO as well.
The Yamuna river passing through Delhi crossed the 208 meter mark at 7 am on Thursday and went to 208.46 meters.
On Wednesday, however, the Yamuna river crossed the highest flood record as of 1 PM.
But the Yamuna rose to 208.08 meters on Wednesday.
However, it surpassed the 207.49 meters recorded in 1978, 45 years ago.
But now it has passed the all-time record of 1978.
ITO is a key route for commuters traveling from East Delhi to Central Delhi and Connaught Place.