The Delhi flood control room said the water level reached 205.38 metres at 4 pm on Friday. It had issued a warning on Thursday night.
Instructions have been issued to give financial assistance of Rs 4 lakh to the kin of each of the deceased from the Disaster Relief Fund, the state government said.
The water level at the old railway bridge on the Yamuna river was 204.29 metres at 8 am on Thursday.
The Union Environment Ministry had in March released the detailed project reports (DPRs) for the rejuvenation of 13 rivers through forestry intervention.
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The National Green Tribunal directed the Central Pollution Control Board to issue appropriate directions to all pollution control boards within two months.
One of the studies will ascertain the reasons behind the froth on the river surface which reflects the “deadness of the water and nil dissolved oxygen in it”.
Anyone found violating the order is liable to pay an environmental compensation up to Rs 50,000.
This resulted in track circuit drop (signalling issue) in this section, restricting the trains to move in manual mode with limited speed of up to 25 KMPH only.
Police found a footage that showed three persons taking away an unconscious lady in a black car.
The bodies of the other three were recovered on Friday in a search and rescue operation by the police. Sameer was a part of the group of four boys, who had come to Delhi to bathe in the Yamuna.
Three criminals were arrested while one died after Delhi Police retailed in their self-safety during a night search in Yamuna Khadar of the capital on Friday.
Emphasizing this issue, Sisodia said that at present 5,000 cusecs of water containing industrial and chemical effluents are discharged by Haryana into Najafgarh drain.
When the four did not reach home till late evening, their worried families informed police when they.
However, the Yamuna River under the old ITO Bridge has no flow, owing to the heavy frothing floating over the long stretch of the river.
Water supply is expected to be hit in parts of the national capital from Thursday onwards, informed the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) through a public notice issued on Wednesday.
The song's title refers to the Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal, which has been a bone of contention between Punjab and Haryana for several decades.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday held a review meeting of ‘Palla Floodplain Project’ with senior officials of the flood and irrigation department on Thursday.
It will also carry out a research on the concentration and composition of micro-plastics in these water sources, which are the city’s lifeline.
The government will conduct a study to identify pollution hotspots, including colonies and industrial areas, responsible for frothing in the Yamuna river, officials have said.
“Water supply will be available at low pressure on June 19 and will continue like this until sufficient water is released by Haryana in Yamuna,” said the DJB.