New Delhi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday inspected the relief camps put up at Usmanpur for residents of low lying areas along Yamuna Bank, and said if there is any lack of facility, then it will be fixed immediately.
Addressing the mediapersons, the CM said,’Just met flood affected people on Yamuna coast. Most people’s belongings were left at home.The good thing is that no lives have been lost yet. Tent, food, water, medicines, etc. have been arranged for all these people. If there is any lack of facility, then we will fix it immediately.’
Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot who accompanied the CM tweeted,’Efforts of Delhi Government being appreciated by people staying in Relief Camps. Food, water and other necessary relief materials being provided. Officers of Revenue Department in coordination with other Departments are working round the clock.’
The water in Yamuna reached 206.60 meters on Wednesday morning, crossing the danger mark at 205.3 meters. Evacuation operations are underway along the low-lying areas on the banks of the river. More than 10,000 people, who were living on the banks of the river, have been moved to the tents and camps, set up by the Delhi government.