500+ Team Deployed To Save Boy Trapped In Borewell In Chhattisgarh; Process To Take 5-6 Hrs

Agencies continued to escalate attempts to extricate a 10-year-old kid stranded for the third day in a row in a village in Chhattisgarh.
On Sunday, agencies stepped up efforts to rescue a 10-year-old child who had been stuck in a borewell for three days in a village in Chhattisgarh’s Janjgir-Champa district. Authorities have been updating Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on the situation in real time.

Rahul Sahu, a little child from the Pihrid village in the Malkharoda development block, fell into the borewell behind his house. In particular, a remote-controlled’rescue robot’ gadget from Gujarat has been used in the rescue effort.

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Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel tweeted on Saturday, informing citizens about the crisis and the rescue mission: “The search and rescue operation has been ongoing since yesterday evening. According to the information, we should be able to reach Rahul in 5-6 hours. The child has been given a banana and juice, and his family is speaking with him to morally urge him. We’re all hoping for the best for him.”

Recuperation procedures will last for 40 hours; a crew of 500 people will go all out.

Since June 10, when Sahu fell into the 80-foot borewell, authorities including the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF), the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), and the army, along with over 500 personnel, have been working around the clock to save him using ultra-advanced machines, including a’rescue robot’ machine sent from Gujarat.

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The operation is being monitored by the District Collector and the Superintendant of Police (SP).
A parallel pit being dug adjacent to the borewell is nearing completion, according to the most recent information. Following that, a connecting tunnel will be built to access the borewell in order to save the youngster.

The boy is awake and responding to the officials who are watching him through the camera. The health agency uses cameras to keep an eye on the child at all times. In the early hours of Sunday, he was given a soft drink and a banana, and on June 12th, he was given juice. A pipe has been installed to provide oxygen to the infant, according to a government official.

With the use of a vessel linked to a rope, rescuers are also attempting to drain the water from the borewell. In addition, the child is assisting with the water removal operation. Baghel also met with Rahul Sahu’s family, assuring them that no effort would be wasted in saving their son.

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