Punjab News: Police said that the child’s leg slipped and he fell into the drain. He said that soon after the incident his sister raised an alarm and people from the surrounding gathered there to rescue the child.
A 29-member National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team is also carrying out rescue operations on Wednesday to rescue a one-and-a-half-year-old child who fell in a drain after slipping on his feet. Officials gave this information on Wednesday. He said that the rescue operation is being carried out for the last 20 hours, but the one and a half year old child could not be pulled out from the drain. Senior Superintendent of Police Navneet Singh Bains said that the rescue team took the garbage from it to search the drain. Also removed but so far the child has not been found.
He said the operation would continue till the child was pulled out of the drain. Police said the child has been identified as Abhilash, son of Surjeet and Munisha. The incident took place on Tuesday when the boy along with his four-year-old sister was crossing a half-feet wide cement pole placed over the drain, they said.
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Police said that the child’s leg slipped and he fell into the drain. He said that soon after the incident his sister raised an alarm and people from the surrounding gathered there to rescue the child.
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A team of NDRF was called from Bathinda to carry out the rescue operation on the request of Kapurthala Deputy Commissioner Special Sarangal on Tuesday evening. Earlier, JCB machines and municipal staff were engaged in the operation to get the boy out of the drain, the police said. went. Later, heavy machinery was also deployed to break the concrete pillar on the drain to save the child.
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