Yamuna's water level decreased, big update from Delhi Metro

DMRC had previously decreased the velocity of metro trains across four Yamuna bridges due to the increasing water levels in the river.

New Delhi Latest updates: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has lifted the speed restriction for metro trains as they cross the Yamuna bridges. In a tweet, DMRC announced that all trains are now operating at their regular speed.

Due to the increasing water levels in the Yamuna river, DMRC had previously implemented a reduction in the speed of metro trains while crossing four bridges.

Following the surpassing of a 45-year record, the water level of the Yamuna river, which flows through the capital city, dropped to 207.68 meters this morning. However, despite the decrease, numerous areas in Delhi are still experiencing flooding.

Earlier this week, the river's water level rose to 208.66 meters, surpassing the previous record of 207.49 meters set in 1978. As central areas of Delhi became submerged, the Army and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) were deployed for assistance.