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Nov 26, 2023 06:38 PM IST

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As vertical drilling in the Silyara tunnel began on Sunday after the US-made auger machine broke down, the rescuers now have six plans in place as the Indian Army is now on board in the rescue mission that dragged on for the last 15 days. National Disaster Management Authority member Lt General Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd) on Sunday said the 41 workers trapped in the under-construction tunnel are in good health condition and are getting their food and medicine. Dig deeper

Vertical drilling going amid the rescue operation to extract 41 workers trapped inside the under-construction Silkyara Bend-Barkot Tunnel(PTI)
Vertical drilling going amid the rescue operation to extract 41 workers trapped inside the under-construction Silkyara Bend-Barkot Tunnel(PTI)

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That’s all we have at this hour in our evening briefing. Catch you tomorrow morning.

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