Two girls stranded mid-river rescued

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

Bokaro: Two girls who were swept away in a sudden flow of water while crossing a river on their way home from Madhuban School in Giridih and remained marooned on a rock mid-river, were rescued by locals and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel on Saturday. Promptness of locals and jawans of the 156 battalion CRPF rescued the girls using ropes and bamboos, said Sanjay Rana, spokesperson, Giridih. Divy KhareWe also published the following articles recently3 swept away in Parvati river, search op onThree people were swept away while taking a bath in the overflowing Parvati River near Kishanpura village in Baran. Despite search operations by the SDRF and civil defense teams, the individuals have not been found. In other news, flash floods caused by heavy rainfall have affected Junagadh and Amreli districts in Gujarat, leading to the closure of highways and disruption of normal life. A woman is also missing due to the floods. Additionally, six youths were swept away in the Chambal River in Dholpur, with three being rescued and the search ongoing for the remaining three.CRPF increases force strength in Manipur by 800 personnelThe Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has increased its presence in Manipur, deploying 800 more personnel last week to augment the existing 12,000-strong force. While the recent protests over the kidnapping and killing of two local students have caused some concern, the CRPF, along with the Rapid Action Force (RAF), is fully equipped to handle law and order in the state. The RAF has been actively involved in restoring peace and follows the principle of using minimum force and graded response. The CRPF is currently awaiting redeployment instructions from the Manipur government.Two crocodiles rescued from two villagesResidents of Chokari village in Vadodara had a terrifying encounter with a crocodile that crawled up to their homes. The reptile, believed to have come from the flooded Mahi river, was safely rescued by a wildlife rescue organization and forest officials. In a separate incident, a crocodile was spotted in a primary school in Bil village and was easily rescued as there was no one in the school at that time. These incidents highlight the increased presence of crocodiles in residential areas due to flooding.

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