Hundreds of people have been evacuated in Delhi as water levels rise.

Hundreds of inhabitants in India’s capital Delhi have been evacuated as the Yamuna river’s water level continues to climb.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated that it had reached a 45-year high and was already above the “danger mark.”

According to officials, certain areas near Delhi have recorded record rainfall this monsoon season, which began in June.

According to local media, at least 88 people have died in Himachal Pradesh since the rains began late last month.

People living in makeshift houses beside the river in Delhi were transferred to one of the city’s 2,500 relief camps on Wednesday, according to Reuters.

Hundreds of inhabitants in India’s capital Delhi have been evacuated as the Yamuna river’s water level continues to climb.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated that it had reached a 45-year high and was already above the “danger mark.”

According to officials, certain areas near Delhi have recorded record rainfall this monsoon season, which began in June.

According to local media, at least 88 people have died in Himachal Pradesh since the rains began late last month.

People living in makeshift houses beside the river in Delhi were transferred to one of the city’s 2,500 relief camps on Wednesday, according to Reuters.

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