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Killer Borewells: From Prince in 2006 to Rahul in 2022, a Look at Cases of Kids Falling into Deadly Holes

Rahul was introduced out of the borewell on Tuesday evening and was taken to Apollo Hospital in Bilaspur through a specifically created inexperienced hall after being given first help. (Image: News18)

Rahul Sahu, 11, was pulled out from a borewell in Chhattisgarh’s Janjgir Champa district after a 104-hour-long operation

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  • Last Updated:June 15, 2022, 23:53 IST

The risks posed by deserted borewells have come to the fore once more after the rescue of 11-year-old Rahul Sahu, who was pulled out from a borewell in Chhattisgarh’s Janjgir Champa district after a 104-hour-long operation.

Here are another distinguished borewell mishaps over the previous couple of years:

  1. Prince Kumar Kashyap, Haryana, 2006
    Arguably probably the most talked about case in recent times, in 2006, an enormous operation was launched to rescue five-year-old Prince Kumar Kashyap. He had fallen right into a 55-feet deep borewell in a village in Haryana’s Kurukshetra. Prince was pulled out safely almost 48 hours later as the whole nation watched with bated breath, hooked on to their TV screens. Over the subsequent few weeks, Prince garnered movie star standing and infrequently made appearances at yagnas and occasions round villages in Kurukshetra district.
  2. Mahi, June 2012
    Five-year-old Mahi fell to her demise in a 60-foot deserted borewell whereas enjoying together with her pals. The lady couldn’t be saved, regardless of an enormous effort by military and district administration for 5 days. An enormous rock was a serious hurdle that the rescuers had been struggling to interrupt for 3 days. The slab was situated within the horizontal tunnel between the borewell and the pit dug as much as rescue the kid.
  3. Sai Barhate, Maharashtra, May 2017
    The seven-year-old boy fell right into a borewell in Kopargaon tehsil of Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district. He couldn’t be saved.
  4. Nadeem, Haryana, March 2019
    A one-and-half-year outdated boy, Nadeem, fell right into a ten-inch large and 55-feet deep borewell in Balsamand village of Hisar district in March 2019. The NDRF and the military have been pressed into service and the toddler was lastly rescued after a 48-hour lengthy operation. Almost 40 JCB machines have been pressed into service for digging a parallel pit and about 100 males from the Army and the NDRF participated within the operation aside from 150 policemen.
  5. Seema, Rajasthan, May 2019
    Seema, a four-year-old lady, slipped right into a 440-feet deep borewell in Jodhpur’s Melana village. Seema was caught at a depth of 260-feet contained in the borewell and her physique was pulled out after a 14-hour operation. The tubewell on the farm had damaged down and the lady’s father had taken the pump out for repairing, leaving the borewell open.
  6. Fatehveer Singh, Punjab, June 2019
    Two-year-old Fatehveer Singh fell right into a 120-feet deep borewell in June 2019 whereas enjoying at Bhagwanpura village and regardless of rescue operations spanning 109 hours, he couldn’t be saved. The borewell was as soon as utilized by Fateehveer’s household to irrigate the fields. An enormous rescue operation was launched by NDRF to convey the kid out safely. Officials managed to produce oxygen however no meals or water could possibly be supplied to him.
  7. Incident at Pune, Maharashtra in February 2021
    A six-year-old boy fell right into a 200-feet deep borewell in Pune district in February 2021.
  8. Ritesh Jawasingh Solanki, Maharashtra, November 2021
    Six-year-old boy Ritesh Jawasingh Solanki fell right into a 200-feet deep borewell in Nashik district on November 15 final yr. It took 16 hours for the police group to rescue him.
  9. Incidents in Gujarat and Punjab, May & June 2022
    On June 9, a two-year-old boy fell right into a borewell at a farm in Gujarat’s Surendranagar district, following which a group of the military, fireplace brigade, police and well being officers rushed to the spot and rescued him. On May 22, a six-year-old boy, who fell right into a 100-feet-deep borewell in a village in Punjab’s Hoshiarpur district died after a nine-hour-long rescue operation.

In 2009, the Supreme Court had issued pointers for stopping deadly accidents of youngsters falling into deserted borewells. The revised pointers issued by the courtroom in 2010 included establishing barbed wire fencing across the effectively throughout development, utilizing a metal plate covers fastened with bolts over the effectively meeting and filling up of borewells from the underside to the bottom degree.

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