Digital Desk, Dehradun. Defenders find it difficult to move forward due to water and mud inside the Tapovan project tunnel, which was badly damaged in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district. A total of 58 bodies have been recovered since the launch in Chamoli.
State DGP Ashok Kumar said the excavation work was being disrupted due to water and mud inside the tunnel. However, he said the search operation in the tunnel would continue until the last person or his body was found in the tunnel.
Two bodies were found in the tunnel early Tuesday morning
Two bodies were found inside the tunnel early Tuesday morning. A senior government official said the rescue operation was slow. The work was slow due to considerable mud. An NTPC official said up to 160 meters had already been dug inside the tunnel.
So far 11 bodies have been found in the tunnel
During excavations inside the tunnel, 11 bodies have been found so far. “We expect more bodies (bodies) because we are no longer waiting for survivors,” the official agreed. Still has nothing to do with the rest of the people trapped inside.
Sniper dogs are also used in relief operations near the village of Rainey
Defenders are working in two places. One team was engaged in relief operations inside the tunnel, while another team was engaged in an operation on the project remains at Rishiganga in the village of Raini. Sniper dogs are also being used in relief operations near the village of Rainey.
Army, ITBP, NDRF and SDRF personnel engaged in relief operations were able to open a section of the tunnel after digging for several days amid adverse conditions.