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Rescue strategy changed in Tapovan, Uttarakhand, drilling started to reach 13 meters below the tunnel

The Search for Life in the Death Tunnel: 

Today is the fifth day of the tragedy at Tapovan in Chamoli. Efforts are on to rescue 39 workers trapped in the NTPC tunnel. However the strategy of the operation has changed. Now 72 meters are being drilled in the tunnel. Holes will be made up to 13 meters below. The camera will then be inserted inside to find out if the workers are safe in another tunnel running below.

Drilling started late at night at two o'clock. So far six and a half meters have been excavated. Earlier a 75 mm wide hole was being made. However, after about a meter, there was a problem. Now a hole about 50 millimeters wide is being made.

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Earlier the plan was to move the debris to the inside.
The length of this tunnel is about two and a half kilometers. Much of it is filled with debris. Teams from the Army, ITBP, NDRF and SDRF were trying to reach the tunnel directly by Wednesday. Debris was cleared up to 120 meters inside. However, if there was a problem, drilling was considered.

Drones and remote sensors are being used The
rescue team on Wednesday also took the help of drones and remote sensing devices to know the situation inside the tunnel. However, it did not have much success.

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32 bodies found so far in
Uttarakhand Six more bodies were found on Tuesday, the third day of rescue after the Uttarakhand tragedy. The bodies of 32 people have been found so far. According to the government, 206 people have gone missing since the tragedy. Of these, 174 have not been found so far.

of the tragedy goes viral on social media A video of the tragedy that took place on February 7 in Chamoli is going viral on social media. It clearly shows how the rivers destroyed everything that came in the way after the water level rose. In this video, some workers were trying to avoid water and debris on the dam built here, although they could not escape.

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Minister Amit Shah told the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday that a 14-square-kilometer glacier had fallen at an altitude of about 5,600 meters above sea level on Sunday. Earlier, flood conditions were created in Dhauliganga and Rishiganga. At the same time, according to the Uttarakhand government, the low-lying areas are no longer at risk of floods. The water level is also falling. Electricity supply has started in most of the areas. At the same time Border Road Organization (BRO) is repairing 5 damage bridges.

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