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Yamuna flood alert: Delhi CM Kejriwal urges people to move to safer places

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The water level of Yamuna River on Monday morning was flowing at 204.70 meters, higher than the warning mark at 204.50 meters, after the release of huge amount of water from Hathni Kund barrage in Haryana. Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that the water level of Yamuna River is expected to cross the danger mark today in the evening. While addressing the press conference, he said, “Water level (of Yamuna River) is expected to cross the danger mark, today evening. Water can reach here during the next two days with full force, all our officers and ministers are monitoring the situation 24x7.”

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