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MP: Seven year old boy fell in 50 feet deep borewell, rescue operation started

Vidisha, Mar 14, (Fast Mail News):-- On Tuesday, a seven-year-old boy fell into an open borewell in a field in the Kherkhedi plateau, located near village Anandpur under Lateri tehsil of Vidisha district of Madhya Pradesh. This borewell is said to be about 50 feet deep. After getting the information, the administrative staff reached the spot and started relief and rescue work to get the child out.


According to information, Lokesh, the seven-year-old son of laborer Dinesh Ahirwar, who was harvesting gram crop in village Kherkhedi Pathar, about three km from village Anandpur, fell into an open borewell in the neighboring farm while playing on Tuesday. Hearing the screams of the child, the parents came to know about his fall in the borewell. He informed the police through other laborers. This field has been told of farmer Neeraj Ahirwar. After a while SDM Harshal Chowdhary along with other administrative staff reached the spot and started the rescue work.


SDM Harshal Chowdhary said that the district administration and the rescue team have started efforts on a war footing to rescue a 7-year-old boy who fell into a raw borewell in Kherkhedi Pathar village of Lateri tehsil. Collector Umashankar Bhargava and other officials are present at the spot. Digging is being done parallel to the borewell with bulldozers. Arrangement of oxygen is also being made for the child in the borewell. Collector Umashankar Bhargava contacted the NDRF team of Bhopal. The said team has left for the spot.


Collector Umashankar Bhargava said that today at 11.30 am, the rescue operation has started for the rescue of seven-year-old Lokesh's son Dinesh village Bandipur in the borewell of village Kherkhedi village of Lateri tehsil. Arrangements have been made around the borewell from the point of view of rescue and safety at the spot.


According to eyewitnesses, rescue operations are underway at the spot. Others including the doctor of Sadguru Seva Trust are also present on the spot. Cameras are being installed in borewells. The villagers told that coriander crop has been sown in the field of Neeraj Ahirwar. Meanwhile the borewell was lying open. Child Lokesh reached this field while playing and fell down when the pit was not visible. The borewell is said to be about two feet wide and 50 feet deep. The farmer had dug it last year, but had left it open due to non-availability of water.

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