The operation to rescue 41 laborers trapped inside the Silkyara tunnel near Uttarkashi in uttarakhand state has been successful. Rescue teams rescued a total of 41 workers. prime minister Narendra Modi has expressed his happiness about this.
The operation to rescue 41 workers who were trapped inside the Silkyara tunnel near Uttarkashi in uttarakhand state for 17 consecutive days ended with great success on Tuesday. Rescue teams managed to extract a total of 41 workers. prime minister Narendra Modi has expressed his happiness about this. The success of the rescue operation of our labor brothers in Uttarkashi is making everyone emotional. I want to tell my friends trapped in the tunnel that your courage and patience is an inspiration to all. I wish you all good and good health. It is a matter of great satisfaction that these friends of ours will now meet their loved ones after a long wait. All these families are to be commended for their patience and courage during this challenging time. I salute all the people associated with this rescue mission. Their bravery and courage have given new life to our labor brothers. Modi wrote that it was a wonderful example of humanity and teamwork by everyone involved in the operation.
Rescue operation to rescue 41 laborers trapped inside Silkkara tunnel has been successful. 12 rat hole miners started drilling parallel to the ground from where they stopped and completed the rest of the distance. This allowed workers to send a pipe to the trapped area. A total of 41 people were brought separately. This created a tense atmosphere. uttarakhand Chief minister Pushkar Singh Dhami reached the area along with the workers' family members and officials.
All arrangements were made to immediately transport the workers who came out to hospitals. Also, specialist doctors were also present near the tunnel to provide emergency treatment. Necessary ambulance and medicines were prepared. police have set up a green channel to evacuate workers to the Chinyalisaur Community health Centre, 30 km from the tunnel. NDRF personnel entered through the pipe and pulled out one by one. The government had also prepared Chinook helicopters to airlift people in emergencies.
He was trapped in the tunnel on november 12 when he accidentally collapsed while working. As a result, the authorities came to his rescue. They were supplied with water, food and medicine from outside. But he faced many challenges in the relief operation. The laborers were brought out despite bad weather and other technical problems. When the auger was brought in, its blades broke while digging 47 meters in. However, undeterred, 12 men who were experts in rat hole mining were brought to the place and succeeded in drilling a hole in the area where the workers were.