DEWAS: The four-year-old boy, who fell in an open borewell in a village in Madhya Pradesh, has been rescued. He has been admitted to a government hospital in Khategaon. His condition is said to be stable now.
In a repeat of borewell tragedies of past, a four-year-old kid fell in a 33-feet deep open borewell triggering the authorities to begin rescue operation to save the toddler.
The boy, Roshan, fell into a 33-feet deep borewell in Umaria village in Madhya Pradesh's Dewas district on Saturday morning.
Giving details about the rescue operation being conducted to save the toddler, District Magistrate Ashish Singh had said, "A parallel pit is being dug to rescue Roshan,'' adding that the rescue work by the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and Army was underway in full swing."
The boy was also monitored by a camera throughout the rescue operation.
He was provided oxygen, milk and water, Singh had said. Singh had also assured that chances of the toddler's survival are high.
"The chances of his survival are high," he had said.