The rescue groups on Thursday have began a drilling operation to peep into the ‘slush flushing tunnel’ 12 to 13 meters beneath the tunnel the place these groups are presently taking out slush from the Tapovan tunnel in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) knowledgeable.
In a collection of tweets, ITBP knowledgeable that the drilling operations began at 2 am at present.
“Drilling operations began by rescue groups at 0200 AM to peep into the slush flushing tunnel 12 to 13 meters beneath. That is being accomplished from the tunnel the place rescue groups are presently taking out slush,” ITBP tweeted.
Drilling operations began by rescue groups at 0200 AM to peep into the slush flushing tunnel 12 to 13 meters beneath. That is being accomplished from the tunnel the place rescue groups are presently taking out slush.#UttarakhandGlacierBurst#TapovanTunnelpic.twitter.com/OgIaHD8ILZ
— ITBP (@ITBP_official) February 11, 2021
“The groups by means of boring operation will attempt to see whether or not the slush flushing tunnel beneath is evident of slush or in any other case to see possibilities of trapped individuals being rescued from there,” one other tweet from ITBP learn.
“Rescue groups have began the drilling operation to peep into the tunnel 12 meters beneath..we’re presently at 6.5,” knowledgeable Deputy Common of Police (DGP) Uttarakhand Ashok Kumar.
Round 30 persons are feared trapped inside.
As many as 32 our bodies have been recovered so removed from completely different areas hit by the glacier burst in Chamoli district, whereas 206 persons are lacking contained in the Tapovan tunnel.
A joint crew of ITBP, NDRF, SDRF and sister businesses entered the tunnel yesterday.
A glacier broke within the Tapovan-Reni space of Chamoli District of Uttarakhand on Sunday, which led to large flooding in Dhauliganga and Alaknanda rivers and broken homes and the close by Rishiganga energy mission.