the city A team of robotic experts reached the third day on Thursday to save a two-and-a-half-year-old girl who fell into a borewell in Sahar district of Madhya Pradesh.
An official gave this information on Thursday. A team of robotic experts also joined the operation to rescue a girl who fell into a 300-feet deep borewell in a field in Mungwali village on Thursday morning, he said.
Today is the third day of the rescue operation and district administration officials said that oxygen is being supplied to the girl through a pipe in the borewell. According to the officials, the girl was pulled out of the borewell after more than 46 hours of the incident. The rescue operation has become more difficult as she has slipped down 30 feet and is stuck at a depth of about 100 feet.
“A three-member robotic rescue team from Gujarat reached the spot on Thursday morning to join the operation,” said Mahesh Arya, in-charge of the robotic team, adding, “We have sent a robot into the borewell to gather information.” have acquired and are scanning the data to know the position of the girl. After that, we will decide how to rescue her from the borewell.”
The girl named Srishti fell into the borewell at around 1 pm on Tuesday and since then efforts are on to save her. Talking to reporters in Bhopal on Wednesday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, “Tuesday around noon A girl Srishti fell into the borewell at 1 pm at 7 pm and since then efforts to rescue her are on. Initially, she was stuck in the borewell at a depth of about 40 feet, but the vibration of the machinery involved in her rescue caused her to slide down about 100 feet, making the task more difficult.
A team from the Army has also joined the rescue operation, while the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and the State Disaster Emergency Response Force (SDRF) have been deployed, officials said. The teams are already at work. He said that currently 12 economy and poklane machines are also at work. Rescue operation. He said that Chief Minister Chouhan and a team of officials are in touch with the district authorities to monitor the rescue operation. The latest incident has once again brought to the fore the dangers of open borewells.
A two-year-old girl slipped and fell into a borewell in Gujarat’s Jamnagar district on Saturday and got trapped 20 feet deep. He died despite 19 hours of intensive rescue efforts by multiple agencies, an official said. In 2009, the Supreme Court had issued guidelines to prevent fatal accidents involving children falling into borewells left open. Wire fencing around the well during construction, use of steel plate covers with bolts over the borewell and filling the borewell from bottom to ground level.