CM Baghel says a documentary about Rahul should be prepared

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Rahul Sahu, who fell into a 69-foot deep borewell in Chhattisgarh’s Janjgir-Champa district, was rescued following a 104-hour operation. On Thursday, Rahul’s father stated he sees Lord Jagannath in the rescue worker who saved his son. Because my son’s escape would not have been possible without Lord Jagannath’s blessings.

Due to Lord Jagannath’s bathing rite, Rahul Sahu, 11, was rescued from a borewell on the day of the bathing full moon on Tuesday. Ramkumar Sahu, Rahul’s father, told a gathering of journalists in Odisha that he believes Lord Jagannath sent a ndrf rescue squad to save his son.

He recalled an event in which Rahul went absent for a period of time during a family excursion to Puri several years ago. He was later discovered near a gate of Lord Jagannath’s shrine. “I see Lord Jagannath in them,” the father stated, thanking the Cuttack rescue squad, particularly the NDRF. They avoided eating and slept through the night in order to preserve Rahul. My son has been rescued from the jaws of death thanks to their efforts. Ramkumar Sahu claimed that after Rahul’s recuperation, he will return to Puri. Rahul is currently receiving treatment in a private hospital in Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh. The infection had been caught by the youngster as a result of his prolonged stay in the tunnel. The father stated that he will be monitored for another seven days. Cm Bhupesh Baghel stated on Tuesday that a documentary about the effort to free 11-year-old Rahul Sahu, who was trapped in a borewell in Janjgir-Champa district, should be prepared. He stated that this should be made public so that similar occurrences do not occur in the future.