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It was difficult to take a selfie: a young man fell into a mine 200 feet deep, after 6 hours of effort the body was removed

It was difficult to take a selfie: a young man fell into a mine 200 feet deep, after 6 hours of effort the body was removed - news2news. In

Outpost in charge Surendra Singh retrieves a youth who fell into a 200ft deep mine.

Outpost in charge Surendra Singh retrieves a youth who fell into a 200ft deep mine.


Faridabad. A young man found it costly to take a some distance from the Pali police outpost on the Gurgaon-Faridabad road. While taking a , the young man fell into a ditch about 60 meters deep. where he died. This trench is known as the Bandas Mine. Due to the darkness of the night, the body of the youth could not be removed. On Sunday morning, the Pali outpost in charge, Surendra Singh, tried everything and brought the body out after six hours without the help of NDRF. According to police, Kamal, a resident of Adarsh ​​Nagar Ballabhgarh, along with two friends, Ravi and Hemendra, had reached 50 feet away on the Gurgaon-Faridabad road on Saturday night to drink liquor near Bainda’s mine. Ravi and Hemendra said that Kamal’s foot slipped while taking pictures.

According to police, Kamal lived here in Adarsh ​​Nagar colony with his parents, two brothers, a wife and two daughters. He worked as a merchandiser in a clothing factory. At around 6.30pm on Saturday evening, Kamal and his friends Ravi and Hamendra arrived by car near Benda’s mine near the village of Pali in the Aravalli forest area. This mine is approximately 50 feet inside the Gurugram-Faridabad road. All three began drinking alcohol while sitting on a flat spot at the side of the mine. Ravi and Hemendra told police that while drinking alcohol, Kamal stood near Khan and started taking selfies. He showed it to his relatives by making a video call on . He slipped his feet and fell into a ditch about 200 feet deep. As a result, both informed the police, who were immediately on site and asked to start the rescue operation in the morning because it was too dark. After that, Surendra Singh, in charge of Pali Chowki, and his team arrived at the site at 6am and started the rescue. After that, the outpost in the mine reached down 200 feet and began searching for the body. After a long effort, the body was found and after five hours of hard work, the body was removed from the mine with the help of Hydra.

What is the responsible outpost?

The head of the Pali outpost, Surendra Singh, said he immediately informed senior officials of the above incident. Because the Chief Minister arrived in his area and because of the dark night, the rescue operation from the 200 feet deep ditch could not be carried out. After that, he arrived at the spot at five o’clock in the morning, waited for the hydra crane and without wasting any time, descended into the mine, using ropes he also took down his fellow human beings and began to search for the corpse. After about six hours of exertion, the body was removed and the autopsy of the corpse was carried out at the hospital. He is currently checking from all sides.

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