MP BREAKING: 4 youths stranded on the island due to sudden rise in the water level of Narmada river, there is a problem in rescuing when it gets dark

Kumar Inder, Jabalpur. Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh) It has been raining continuously for the last two days in Jabalpur, due to which the rivers and streams are in spate. On Sunday, four youths who went fishing near Gopalpur in Bhedaghat got trapped on the island due to sudden rise in the water level of Narmada river. On getting the information, the police-administration along with the SDRF team reached the spot. Efforts are being made to get all four out, but due to darkness, there is a problem in rescuing.

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Actually, 4 people are trapped in the strong current of Narmada at Gopalpur in Bhedaghat, for whose rescue teams of Home Guard and SDRF are still engaged. It is being told that around 4 pm, four youths from the city had reached Gopalpur in Bhedaghat for fishing, where Siddha Baba reached the middle of the water body via the temple. Meanwhile, due to the rapid flow of water, they got stuck in the island itself. Two youths got trapped in one island and two youths got trapped in another nearby island. As soon as the news of 4 youths being trapped in the watershed reached, immediately the police and administration teams reached the spot, first the villagers tried to save the youths at their own level, but when things did not work out, the Home Guard and SDRF teams reached the spot. Took the lead Efforts were made to save people for a long time with the help of a boat, but due to the strong current of water and darkness, the rescue work could not be done. At present, the top officials of the administration are on the spot and they are making every possible effort to save the youth.

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