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It has been more than 90 hours since Rahul, 11, fell into a well in Janjgir, Chhattisgarh, in such a situation many questions arise about how long Rahul will be able to leave? Where is the problem with this rescue? What technique will facilitate the rescue? Let us know where the problem is to remove Rahul.
Rahul at a distance of only two and a half feet
It will take time for Rahul, who fell into the borehole, to come out, as the NDRF team has come very close. But problems are arising due to intervening between one or two large stones. However, the NDRF team is working very carefully to remove the stone, as there is fear that Rahul may be injured while breaking the stone. The NDRF team has erected a structure with the help of a ball. Along with this, the stone under Rahul is softening with the vibrator. So that it doesn’t hurt to take it out.
child not mentally healthy
According to the parents, the child is not mentally healthy and is not able to speak properly. You are not responding correctly to our commands. We would have pulled him by the rope a long time ago, but he didn’t catch him. Mohanty said rescue workers are also taking precautions as there are no pipes inside the well. The well is eight inches wide, so there is a risk of soil erosion.
the difficulties here
More than 500 staff members, including NDRF officials, the Army, local police and administration, are involved in the massive rescue operation that has been underway since Friday evening. Inspector (NDRF) Mahabir Mohanty said that due to the hard rocks, the construction work of a tunnel about 15 feet long between the parallel well and the well to reach the child is making the work difficult. . Rescue workers have difficulty cutting rock even with drilling machines. Mohanty has been leading the rescue team of the 3rd NDRF Battalion since Friday. Asked how long the rescue would take, he said, “No weather can be predicted, but we hope to get there tonight.”
All necessary arrangements are made at the site to provide immediate assistance to the child.
A team of health workers has made all necessary arrangements at the site to provide immediate assistance to the child, while an ambulance with all facilities has also been kept ready to transfer him to the Apollo Hospital in Bilapur, according to the communiqué. According to the statement, there was some water inside the well where the boy was trapped. NDRF staff are constantly trying to get it out. Residents in the area were asked to light their own wells, while water is also being released from two nearby dams to reduce the groundwater level. Meanwhile, prayers are added to social media for the child’s safe passage.
Rahul is receiving relief due to the widening of the mouth of the well.
According to the local administration, the mouth of the pit dug for the borehole is small, but has become wide from the inside. There are also stones at the bottom. That’s why Rahul gets stuck. Although he must have suffered many injuries. Despite this, he still maintains courage.
such an accident
Janjgir-Champa police superintendent Vijay Aggarwal said the boy’s name is Rahul Sahu. He had gone to the back of his house to play on Friday afternoon. But for lack of attention, the administration was alerted as soon as the information fell into the open probe there. At the same time, rescue work has begun from 4 pm.