Itanagar, July 25: A total of 10 labourers out of the 19 who went missing from a road construction site in Arunachal Pradesh’s Kurung Kumey district, have been rescued so far, a senior official said on Monday.
Two labourers have been rescued on Sunday from a jungle in the district in vital condition, Kurung Kumey DC Bengia Nighee stated.
The two persons were taken to the Primary Health Centre, and could be later shifted to the Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Science (TRIHMS) at Naharlagun near here, or to the district hospital at Koloriang, Nighee said.
“IAF choppers couldn’t adopt the rescue operation on Sunday because of the terrible climate. It can be resumed on Monday relying on the climate condition,” he stated.
“Land rescue operation will preserve until all of the lacking folks are traced,” he added.
The labourers, hailing from Assam, had fled the street production web website online alongside the India-China border on July five when they have been reportedly denied depart to head home. Following this, they took off for their houses walking via jungles in companies of 8 and 11. The employees had been missing since then.
Earlier, one in all of them changed into observed on Saturday evening, at the same time as seven others have been positioned with the aid of using on Friday night time among Huri and Furak under Damin circle of Kurung Kumey district, officers stated.
Nighee stated as in keeping with statements of the rescued labourers, employees died after falling into the Furak River and one died on the way.