Medak: The story of three-year-old, Sanjay Saivardhan, who slipped into abandoned borewell at her maternal grandfother’s agriculture field at Podechenpally village of Papannapet Mandal in Medak District on Wednesday evening, has ended on tragic note.
The hope of parents, relatives and officials seeing the boy home alive is dashed.Through an NDRF led team carried out a rescue operation to save the boy proved to be a futile effort. The body was found at 17 feet deep in 120 feet deep borewell in the small hours of Thursday. The body was retrieved from the borewell and handed over to the parents. People have found it difficult to console the boy’s mother Naveena, who was seen wailing at the borewell since Wednesday evening. A pal of gloom descended on Podechenpally.
An MSc (Computer Science) and Bachelor of Education graduate, he ventured into organic farming in his two acre agriculture field since his school was closed due to the lockdown for the past four months.
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