UTTARAKHAND: Rescuers in Uttarakhand have made significant progress in their efforts to save the 41 workers trapped inside the collapsed Silkyara tunnel.
On Tuesday morning, the first visuals of the workers emerged, providing a much-needed glimpse into their condition.
Using an endoscopic camera inserted through a six-inch-wide pipeline, rescuers were able to capture footage of the workers, who are wearing yellow and white helmets.
The workers were seen receiving food items sent to them through the pipeline and communicating with each other.
These visuals offer a glimmer of hope for the trapped workers and their families, who have been anxiously awaiting news for the past eight days. Rescue workers continue to work tirelessly to clear the debris and create an escape route for the workers.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Expresses Hope for Rescue
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has expressed his hope for a speedy rescue of the trapped workers. He has been closely monitoring the situation and has been in touch with rescue officials.
“We are doing everything possible to rescue the workers trapped inside the tunnel,” Dhami said. “We are hopeful that we will be able to bring them out safely.”
The visuals of the trapped workers have rekindled hope for their rescue. The next few days will be crucial as rescuers work to clear the debris and create an escape route.