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Three stranded in Mahakali River rescued

(Road near the bridge under construction cut by the flood of Mahakali river. Caution is being exercised in the coastal area after the water level in the river has exceeded one cusec. Kanchanpur, June 19, 2021. Photo: Rajendra Prasad Paneru, RSS)

MAHENDRANAGAR:- A joint security force from Nepal and India rescued three people who were stranded in the floods of Mahakali River. The security force rescued 24-year-old Rajesh Tamata, 20-year-old Ram Tamata and 29-year-old PramaTiruwa who were stranded in the middle of the river as they were returning home after grazing the cattle.
According to APF Shaileshwari Force SP Birendra Bahadur Air, Border Out Post (BOP) Gaddachauki, and Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB), India jointly rescued them.
The security force used boats to sail the stranded ones to safety.

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