Vidisha Collector Umashankar Bhargava told that the child fell into a 60 feet deep borewell while running after the monkeys. The 7-year-old child has been identified as Lokesh.
Vidisha/Madhya Pradesh: A seven-year-old boy who was running after monkeys fell into a borewell in Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh. Seven year old Lokesh Ahirwar is said to be trapped at 43 feet in a 60 feet deep borewell. NDRF team is engaged in rescue work to get the child out of the borewell safely. At present, oxygen has been delivered to the child in the pit itself.
According to information, a boy fell into a borewell pit on Tuesday in Kherkhadi Pathan area near Anandpur in Lateri tehsil of Vidisha district. According to Vidisha Collector Umashankar Bhargava, the boy was running after the monkeys when he fell into a 60 feet deep borewell. The seven-year-old child has been identified as Lokesh’s father Dinesh Ahirwar. At present it is stuck at 43 feet in a 60 feet deep borewell.
Movement watching from CCTV
To get the children out safely, the NDRF team reached the spot and is engaged in rescue work. A parallel pit is being dug near the borewell with the help of four JCBs. Along with this, every activity of the child is being monitored through CCTV. Oxygen is also being made available to the child in the pit itself.
Borewell was lying open in the field
Vidisha Collector Umashankar Bhargava told that Lokesh was running after monkeys on the farm. Meanwhile, he fell into the open borewell on the farm itself. This incident is being told about 10.30 am on Tuesday morning. As soon as the information about the incident was received, the government staff is engaged in the rescue work since 11 am. At present, a 50 feet deep pit is being dug near the borewell with the help of four JCBs.