Tanmay Sahu was trapped in a 400-feet deep borewell in Mandavi village in Madhya Pradesh . His mother, Sunil Sahu, said he was rescued within the hour .
Betul (Madhya Pradesh) India, December 9: On Friday, the boys' mother, Jyoti Sahu, asked how to save an eight-year-old boy who was stuck at 55-feet of a 400-feet deep borewell in Mandavi village in Madhya Pradesh's Betul district, and asked for immediate assistance.Does it have taken so long, even if it was the child of a leader or an officer?They're not saying anything.I can't even imagine the pictures.Three days have passed, counting two to four more hours.Tanmay was released on Tuesday, and now it's Friday.The mother sounded desperate.Other family members of Tanmay, who hasn't responded to his calls since Thursday, also raised concerns about the administration's work.Similarly, his schoolmates have been singing the Gayatri Mantra for the well-being of their Class 3 child, according to Betul Additional District Magistrate (ADM), Shyamendra Jaiswal.Tanmay fell into the borewell while playing in the farm around 5 p.m. on December 6 and his mother, Sunil Sahu, said he was rescued within the hour. We enquired about him as he was breathing.We listened to his voice.On December 6, the state Disaster Response Force (SDRF), Home Guard, and local police forces were on the job for three days.Tanmay, according to Tanmay's teacher Geeta Mankar, is a class 3 student. Tanmay has been praying to God that he will be out safely from the borewell, according to teachers and students.Tanmay is a curious learner.His security will be the pride of all of us.