Water provide is prone to be affected in components of Delhi on May 13 on account of the water degree depleting within the Yamuna river at Wazirabad, in accordance with the Delhi Jal Board (DJB).
The degree of water within the pond at Wazirabad has fallen from a standard degree of 674.5 ft to 671.8 ft, affecting water manufacturing from the water remedy crops at Chandrawal, Wazirabad and Okhla, which draw water from the pond.
The water provide is prone to be hit in components of Kamla Nagar, Model Town, Civil Lines, Karol Bagh, Greater Kailash, Punjabi Bagh, Moolchand, Burari, Tughlakabad, Kalkaji, Sangam Vihar, Patel Nagar, Gulabi Bagh, Jahangirpuri, components of the Delhi Cantt space and areas below the New Delhi Municipal Council. The provide is prone to be affected until the “pond level improves to normal”, in accordance with a observe issued by the DJB.
Meanwhile, the DJB has as soon as once more requested the Haryana Irrigation Department to produce 150 cusecs of extra water “till the arrival of monsoon, when sufficient raw water is available in River Yamuna”.
The DJB had beforehand written to the Haryana Irrigation Department on May 3 and April 30, with comparable requests arising from depleting water ranges at Wazirabad.
On May 3, the extent on the Wazirabad pond was 672.6 ft.
The letter dated May 12 states, “Even flow from the CLC (Carrier Lined Channel) and DSB (Delhi Sub Branch) is fluctuating. The lifting of 120 cusecs from Wazirabad pond is affected due to low pond level. This will affect water production adversely. Due to peak summer, the water requirement is more.” The CLC and DSB deliver water from Haryana.