How Is Rahul Now After Coming Out Of The Borewell? Treatment Going On In The ICU Of Apollo Hospital

Raipur : Rahul, a 10-year-old boy who fell into a borewell pit in village Pihrid under Janjgir-Champa district of Chhattisgarh, finally won the battle of life. He was rescued at 11.56 pm on Tuesday night after a continuous rescue for 105 hours. After making a green corridor, he has been admitted to the ICU of Apollo Hospital in Bilaspur. He had a mild fever on Wednesday morning. He ate khichdi and drank juice too. On the other hand, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel reached Apollo Hospital in the evening and inquired about its condition from Rahul.

It is worth noting that on Friday, at around 3 pm, Rahul, son of Ramkumar alias Lalaram Sahu, fell into an open pit of the borewell while playing. Since then, success was achieved on Tuesday night after the continuous rescue to get him out. In this entire campaign, NDRF and SDRF and a robotic team of Gujarat, district administration, police as well as army personnel played a decisive role in the end.

crossed all the obstacles in the way

To save Rahul, digging was started from a short distance from the borewell. After digging about 65 feet, the work of tunneling started on Monday to reach it. After the tunnel was ready, a big rock came between Rahul and the rescue team. Rahul was on top of the rock. In such a situation, to reach it, the rock was cut with utmost care with a hand drilling machine, so that Rahul would not suffer any kind of damage. Due to this, the pace of the rescue had slowed down, but the way Rahul’s movements were being received in between, it was encouraging the rescue team.

Amazing life expectancy, the snake was also near

The kind of vitality shown by Rahul, who is hearing and speech-impaired, and mentally weak, is astonishing in itself. Water had also started filling in the borewell. The snake had also come into the pit, but he did not lose his courage. Whenever biscuits, bananas, juices, etc. were delivered to him by the rescue team, he kept giving the message of his well-being by eating them. Although he had become a bit lethargic since Monday due to lack of food, he did not lose his spirits.

their role in the operation

To save Rahul, along with Collector Jitendra Shukla, SP Vijay Aggarwal, four IAS, two IPS, one ASP, two deputy collectors, five tehsildars, four DSPs, and eight inspectors with rescue teams were also engaged from Raigarh, Durg, Bilaspur. Along with this, about 120 police personnel were deployed. Apart from this, 32 NDRF, 15 SDRF, and army personnel remained united day and night. An army of about 500 officers and employees was also present. A team of two officers of the Public Relations Department was also present for the exchange of information related to the rescue work. Chief Minister kept a constant watch on the rescue run to save Rahul, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel was constantly keeping an eye on it. He contacted the local collector Jitendra Kumar Shukla and other officials of the administration and instructed them to leave no stone unturned to save Rahul.

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