Delhi Market After Flood

Flood water entered a market in Delhi on Wednesday as the water level in the Yamuna River continued to rise. The water level in the Yamuna River at the Old Delhi Railway Bridge was at 207.25 meters, just below the danger mark of 207.49 meters.

The water entered the market in the Sadar Bazar area of Delhi, flooding shops and stalls. The market is a major wholesale market for fruits and vegetables, and the flood water caused significant damage to the goods that were being stored there.

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The Delhi government has issued an alert for people living in low-lying areas along the Yamuna River. The government has also asked people to move to safer places if they feel their homes are at risk of flooding.

The water level in the Yamuna River is expected to continue to rise in the coming days, as more rain is forecast for the region. The government is monitoring the situation closely and has said that it is prepared to take action if necessary.

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