Arunachal: Crews recover body of man who drowned Ranganadi

There was lots of difficulties in the search operation due to strong current of the river and muddy water, but it was made possible and the body was recovered.


Kimin

The body of a man who drowned in Ranganadi  near VKV Sher in Kimin circle on August 3 has been recovered today afternoon.

Kimin Additional Deputy Commissioner Likha Tejji said that it was a big task to retrieve the body of one  Tadar Kioda ( 48 ) who was a permanent resident of Laba Village of Kurung Kumey district and presently residing at Dem site in Naharlagun got drowned at around 2 PM on August 3 when he was coming back after completing his work at his horticulture garden site of Rubber plantation near VKV Sher.

 After a search operation for around three days by team of NDRF, ITBP, local police, public, youths and local administration were engaged and all have contributed a lot in the search operation.

The divers of the NDRF have  contributed alot in the retrieving the body and due to their best effort the body of the deceased was recovered today at around 12.10 noon of few meter of the downstream from the site deep inside the trench.

There was lots of difficulties in the search operation due to strong current of the river and muddy water, but it was made possible and the body was recovered.

Kimin OC, Kime Kommo inform that after conducting formalities the body have been handed over to the relatives for conducting last rite.

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