Kota (Rajasthan), August 23
Two males, who had gone for fishing, have been rescued in Rajasthan’s Baran district on Sunday as they have been caught after heavy rains swelled the Parvati river, police stated.
The males had ventured out on the banks of the river close to Gaggach village in Nahargarh space on Saturday afternoon, they stated.
Rakesh Harijan and Dhannalal Sahariya, each residents of Nahargarh, have been saved after a State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) crew, known as from the district headquarters, began the rescue operation in coordination with the police, DSP and Circle Officer, Shahabad, Kajodmal stated.
The locals had knowledgeable the police concerning the two males being caught within the river round 10 am on Sunday.
The two have been rescued with the assistance of ropes, the DSP added.
The downpour in adjoining Madhya Pradesh has prompted water ranges to rise within the Parvati and Kalisindh rivers in Baran and Jhalawar. Heavy rains have additionally disrupted the highway connectivity between Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, with water overflowing on the Itawa–Khatoli hyperlink route. Several autos have been left stranded on both facet of the bridge throughout the Parvati.
Amid the heavy influx of water into the rivers, district administrations in Jhalawar, Baran, Kota have been placed on alert mode to fulfill any eventuality.
In Jhalawar, 10 gates of Kalisindh Dam have been opened on Sunday and three,219 cusecs of water was launched in intervals on Sunday. The Kalisindh is presently flowing at 314.30 metres. The water stage of the dam has elevated following rains in Madhya Pradesh, Junior Engineer on the dam, Prateek Baswal, stated. PTI