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Army personnel will search for the missing youth in a 4 km long tunnel of the canal, 10 km from Baghwar.
- Rescue jawans will descend into tunnel with oxygen cylinder, running in different canals along the main canal from Sidhi to Rewa.
It has been more than 72 hours for the direct bus accident. The tears of the three families are still not stopping. Reached the district from Sidhi in search of children, but the wait is not over. On Thursday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan met the three victim families in Rewa. The weeping family said to the CM, ‘Find our children. Can’t wait anymore. ‘
Here, a team of SDRF has arrived from Jabalpur to search for the three. Army has also been called from Jabalpur. Army personnel will search for the missing youth in a tunnel about 4 km long in the canal in Chuhiya Hill. The jawans will descend into the tunnel with an oxygen cylinder.
On the third day also, the help of the army is being taken if 3 youths are not found.
So far, 51 bodies have been removed in the bus accident in Bansagar canal near Sarda Patna village on Tuesday, but three families are still unable to find their son. Their families are wandering from the marchery at Rampur Nikaini to the site of the canal.
The father of Kukrijhar resident Arvind Vishwakarma (20), Vishwanath, said that the son had gone out to get ANM examination for Yashoda Vishwakarma (24), daughter of Bua, a resident of Bodhwa Sihawal. Yashoda died in the accident. Yashoda’s body was found only on Tuesday, but the family is in a desperate situation in search of Arvind.
The search is on for Arvind Vishwakarma (20), a resident of Kukrishar.
Mother’s zone was snatched from three children
Yashoda Vishwakarma left daughter Divya (5), son Divyansh (3) and Gaurav (18 months) with her mother-in-law in the house to take the exam. All three children were bereft of mother’s loveliness due to his death. Divya and Divyansh are still waiting for their mother. Seeing the three children, the family’s heart is falling apart.
Yashoda also died in the accident. Mamta lost her life with three children.
Ramesh Vishwakarma was going to Ballia’s sister’s house
Ramesh Vishwakarma (25) is the second among the missing youth. Originally a resident of Bihar, Ramesh’s father Rajendra works in a PWD located in Sidhi. Ramesh’s sister is married in Ballia, UP. He boarded a bus to go to the sister’s house. He was to catch a train from Satna. For three days, the family is shedding tears in search of him. Tears are not stopping from mother Asturna and brother’s eyes.
Ramesh Vishwakarma (25) with mother Asturna is also missing in the photo.
Yogendra Sharma had come out of the bank’s work
The third missing youth is Sidhi resident Yogendra alias Vikas Sharma (23). He works in HDFC Bank and Satna came out of the bank’s work. Father Suresh Kumar said that the accident was reported at 9 am on Tuesday. Since then, the family is wandering along the canal in the border of Sidhi to Rewa district in the hope of meeting Yogendra. As time passes, their expectations are also crumbling.
Missing Yogendra Sharma (23) works in a private bank. The search has been going on for three days.