Rescue operations continue for 120-feet-stranded children
Sunam Udham Singh Vaala (Punjab). Army personnel from Assam’s Assam Engineering Regiment, from Patiala in Bhagwanpura district of Sangrur district, are reaching Borwalki metering. Nine Fatehvir Singh, who is stranded in a depth of 120 feet, is expected to be rescued sometime. On the evening of June 6, at about 4 pm, Fatehvir Singh played 150 feet deep in the borewell. Since then, the team of Dera Sacha Sauda, NDRF and Army team is engaged in rescue. The team of administration and doctors is also present.
Fatehvir is the only child of the parents
Fatehveer is the only child of Sukhwinder Sukhwinder Singh and Gagandeep Kaur got married 7 years ago. Fatehvir Singh, born after five years’ wishes, will be on June 10 at 2 years. On Thursday 6th June, at around 4pm, Fatehavir was playing near 9-inch wide and 150 feet deep in the borewell. Mother Gagandeep Kaur had an eye on her and she tried to catch the child, but only a small piece of plastic which was covered by a plastic wrapped plastic cover came in the hands of Gagandeep Kaur.
Tunnel next to Borwell
More than 800 volunteers of the Green S Welfare Society, operated by Dera Sacha Sauda, are involved in the rescue operations of 119 Untold engineering teams of the NDRF and the Army. A 41-inch tunnel was prepared right next to this borewell. Digging from the hammer when it was difficult to work with machines. The soil that was dug out with the help of buckets and slips was pulled out.