Unsung Heroes: Indian Army, NDRF rescue toddler stuck in 70-feet deep borewell after 48-hour long operation


Relentless efforts by the Indian Army, the National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) and the Haryana police led to the safe return of a one-and-a-half-year-old toddler on Friday. The child was rescued from inside a 70 feet deep borewell following a 48-hour-long joint operation which began at around 8 pm on Wednesday at the Balsamand village in Hisar district.

Nadim, the boy, was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital in a waiting ambulance where he was kept in close observation by doctors throughout the day. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Hisar, Joginder Singh told media outlets that the child appeared to be safe.

However, top officials familiar with the matter have made startling revelations such as the fact that the borewell in question was dug without any prior permission from the concerned department.  Read More

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