Reducing water level in Yamuna may increase the difficulties of Delhi’s hospitals, know why

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has been requested to release more water in the Yamuna.

Delhi Water Crisis: Delhi Water Board (DGB) Deputy Chief Raghav Chadha said on Saturday that the declining water level in the Yamuna River is causing a shortage of drinking water in many parts of the city and it will also affect Delhi’s hospitals in the coming days. Can. He has urged Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar to release more water in the Yamuna so that drinking water can be available in sufficient quantity in the national capital. Also Read – Strict instructions to the Center of the court, ‘Water has gone above the head, in any case supply 490MT oxygen to Delhi today’

Chaddha said the water level in the Wazirabad pond has fallen from the normal level of 674.5 feet to 667.20 feet as Haryana is releasing less untreated water (ground water, rainwater, well water) into the river. Water from the Wazirabad Kund is transported to the Wazirabad, Okhla and Chandrawal water treatment plants for treatment. Also Read – Eight Corona patients died due to lack of oxygen at Batra Hospital in Delhi, hospital doctors were among those who died

He tweeted, “Due to decreasing water level in Yamuna, water production in all three plants has come down. This has led to water scarcity in many residential areas. It can also affect hospitals in Delhi in the coming days. Please help Delhi in times of Corona virus. ” Also Read – Covid-19: 77% new deaths due to corona virus infection in these 10 states of the country

The Delhi Jal Board said that due to the declining water level in the river, drinking water supply has been affected in many parts of Central Delhi, North Delhi, South Delhi, West Delhi.

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