Rescued workers narrate their story inside silkyara tunnel..!?

Sowmiya Sriram
Rescued workers narrate their story inside silkyara tunnel..!?
Workers rescued from Uttarakhand's Silkyara mine share their experience. As part of the Chardham Road Project, construction of a national highway from Uttarkashi in uttarakhand to Yamunotri Dham is underway. As a part of this, the project of constructing a tunnel to connect Silkyara - Thandalgaon area is also underway. Meanwhile, on the 12th at 4 o'clock in the morning, an accident occurred due to a landslide in a 60-meter tunnel. In this accident, 41 workers who worked inside the mine were also trapped. They were rescued last night after 17 days while the rescue operation continued. All the 41 workers who were safely rescued from the mine have been admitted to Sinyalisur Community health Centre. Earlier, PM Modi interacted with all of them through video conferencing.
Meanwhile, workers rescued from the Silkyara mine in uttarakhand have shared their experience of 17 days inside the mine. Rescued laborer Viswajeet Kumar Verma said, “Once the debris fell, they knew they were trapped. For the first 10-15 hours they data-faced a lot of difficulty. But later, they were piped in to provide rice, pulses, and dry fruits. Then a mic is installed. He was able to talk to his family members. Now they are happy. he will celebrate diwali from now on.
Subodh Kumar Verma, a laborer who was rescued from the Silkyara tunnel, thanked the central and state governments for trying to bring the 41 people out safely. The first 24 hours were difficult, but after that, they were fed through a tube. He is perfectly fine. He is in good health. The father of rescued jharkhand laborer Anil Bedia said that they have received good news. Talked to his son and he said he is fine. However, he said that he was not feeling well and was undergoing a medical examination. They have demanded their release from the government.
They celebrated diwali when they got the call that his husband had been rescued safely. His father has gone to uttarakhand to retrieve his husband.” bhumika Chaudhary, the wife of Ankit Kumar from Shravasti, Uttar Pradesh, who was rescued from the Silkyara tunnel, said. Chanting slogans of 'Jai Shri Ram', family and friends of rescued laborer Akhilesh Kumar of Karwaspur village in Uttar Pradesh's Mirzapur lit earthen lamps and candles to celebrate the safe rescue of 41 people from the Silkyara tunnel. Santosh Kumar's mother, who was rescued from the tunnel, said, they spoke to Santosh over the phone and he is currently in the hospital. Today they celebrated Diwali. Thanks to the rescue workers, central government, state government.

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