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    New Delhi: The traffic police in Delhi has lifted traffic restrictions on several roads as flood waters in the Yamuna river recede. The water level in the river dropped to 207.67 meters on Saturday morning, making it safe for traffic movement. Some of the roads that are now open for traffic include Boulevard Road, slip road, service road, left turn under Yudhishthira Setu, Ring Road, Chandgi Ram Akhara to Mukarba Chowk Carriageway, Chandgi Ram Akhara to IP College both Carriageways, Bhairon Marg from Mathura Road to Ring Road carriageway, Vikas Marg from ITO to Laxmi Nagar both carriageways, and Nishad Raj Marg from Shanti Van to Geeta Colony both carriageways.

    However, there are still some road stretches that remain closed. These include Ring Road – Majnu Ka Tilla – ISBT – Shanti Van – IP flyover to IP Depot both carriageways, Ring Road – IP Depot to IP flyover to ISBT carriageway, Salim Garh bypass, old iron bridge Pusta to Shamshan Ghat, Outer Ring Road – Mukarba Chowk to Wazirabad carriageway, and Ring Road from Shanti Van to Rajghat and towards ISBT. The Kashmere Gate ISBT also remains closed. Additionally, heavy goods vehicles are not allowed entry at Singhu Border, Tikri Border, Rajokari Border, Badarpur Border, Chilla Border, Gazipur Border, Loni Border, Apsara Border, and Bhopura Border.

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