Metro Station Closed: Entry and exit at Yamuna Bank Metro Station has been temporarily closed. Lifestyle News in Hindi

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Metro station closed: The situation is getting worse due to floods in Delhi. Entry-exit at Yamuna Bank Metro station has been closed due to rising water in the city on Thursday morning. It has been informed by Delhi Metro that due to increase in the water level of Yamuna river, entry-exit at Yamuna Bank Metro station has been closed. Although the Blue Line of Metro is working normally.

A flood-like situation has arisen in Delhi, people are being evacuated from many areas since morning. Water has entered the areas around the old fort, due to which people are facing problems. Traffic jam has occurred due to water logging in Sarai Kale Khan, Ring Road, ITO area.

Traffic Alert
Due to the rising water levels of Yamuna river, the traffic coming from Shahdara on GT road towards ISBT, Kashmere Gate has been diverted from Seelampur T-point via Keshav Chowk – Karkardooma Court – Road No. 57- NH-24.

Commuters are advised to plan their journey… — Delhi Traffic Police (@dtptraffic) July 13, 2023

Water entered these areas of Delhi, Yamuna Bank Metro station closed

There is flood in Delhi. Yamuna water has come on the roads. The low-lying areas have been submerged in water. Some areas of Civil Lines, Wazirabad, Kashmiri Gate have been waterlogged. People have to leave their homes. The water level of Yamuna is increasing continuously. Meanwhile, the Yamuna Bank Metro station has been closed. Meanwhile, the facility of interchange will continue.

Delhi will face water shortage with floods, 3 water treatment plants closed

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has tweeted that there may be a shortage of water in the capital. Amid rising water level in Yamuna, the CM informed that Wazirabad, Chandrawal and Okhla water treatment plants have been closed. This may cause water problems in some areas of Delhi. The CM told that the treatment plants will be reopened as soon as the water level decreases.

Station Update

Entry and exit at Yamuna Bank Metro Station has been temporarily closed due to the rising water levels of the Yamuna River. However, interchange facility is still available and services on Blue Line are running normally.

Kindly plan your journey accordingly. — Delhi Metro Rail Corporation I please wear a mask (@OfficialDMRC) July 13, 2023

Advisory of Delhi Traffic Police, many routes diverted

Traffic problem has arisen in Delhi due to increase in the water level of Yamuna river. Delhi Traffic Police has diverted the traffic from Shahdara towards ISBT, Kashmere Gate from Seelampur T-Point towards Keshav Chowk – Karkardooma Court – Road No. 57 – NH-24.

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