Chhattisgarh: Massive rescue operation to extract child from borewell continues

New Delhi: 

Attempts to save an 11-year-old innocent who fell into a borewell in Janjgir-Champa of Chhattisgarh are continuing. A rescue operation is being carried out to save the child for the last 42 hours. A team of SDRF, NDRF, Indian Army and district administration is conducting rescue operations at the spot.

Inside the borewell the baby is being given oxygen through a pipe. The child is being monitored continuously with the help of CCTV. Today, the help of robots will be taken to save Rahul trapped in the borewell. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is also keeping an eye on the whole incident.

The name of the child who fell in the borewell is Rahul Sahu. He was playing outside the house on Friday afternoon. While playing, he reached the dug borewell and fell into it. He is said to be trapped at a depth of 80 feet in Worwell.

It is being told that when the relatives heard the cry of the child, they came to know about the incident. The child’s father Lala Ram Sahu said that this borewell is about 80 feet deep, which he had dug in the field built behind his house. However, when no water came out, it was left open.

Officials of the administration are also present on the occasion. Excavation has also been done with the help of JCB. NDRF teams are doing their best to save the child. Excavations up to about 50 feet have been carried out near the borewell to extract it.


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