Navy has deployed 5 remotely-operated vehicles to rescue trapped miners: Meghalaya to SC


The Meghalaya government informed the Supreme Court Friday that the Indian Navy has deployed five remotely-operated vehicles(ROVs) in the operation to rescue 15 miners trapped inside an illegal coal mine in East Jaintia Hills district since December 13.

The state government told a bench of justices A K Sikri and S Abdul Nazeer that one crore litre of water has been pumped out so far from the illegal mine but seepage form nearby rivers was creating hurdles in the rescue operation.

The bench sought to know from the state’s counsel as to whether any action had been taken against those indulging in illegal mining activities there.

The counsel told the court that the person running the illegal mine where the incident took place had been arrested. Read More

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