Two youth from Tirupati, who had gone to the Chandragiri hill fort on Saturday, have been discovered useless within the pond atop the hillock and their our bodies have been fished out and shifted to space hospital for post-mortem.
According to the Chandragiri police, three youth had gone to the fort on Saturday night and gained entry to the hilltop that has been underneath surveillance for someday now.
When they reportedly ventured into the water physique on the hillock to swim, unaware of its depth, two of them misplaced steadiness and slipped within the pond and began drowning, mentioned the police. The third youth, Mahesh (17), who had stayed again, shouted in useless for assist. He ran down the hill and knowledgeable the fort officers, in addition to passing on the data to the world police.
The police, in coordination with the hearth division personnel, launched a search that went on for 3 hours on Saturday night time and was resumed within the early hours of Sunday. After a two-hour-long operation, the 2 our bodies of the youth – recognized as Rangam (27) and Anudeep (23) – have been discovered caught in between rocks. The our bodies have been shifted to the SVRR Hospital for post-mortem. A case was registered.
The Circle-Inspector (Chandragiri) mentioned that the pond is understood for its harmful terrain and depth. He mentioned that the fort officers have been instructed to mount vigil on the stretch resulting in the hillock.
Meanwhile, the Pakala circle police within the early hours of Sunday saved the lives of two youth from the swirling waters of a rivulet, once they have been washed away whereas negotiating an overflowing causeway beneath a railway bridge. The duo, together with their bike, was washed away within the gush of waters following heavy rains within the space.
People who have been about to cross the causeway noticed them calling for assist and instantly knowledgeable the police. Sub-Inspector (Pakala) Ok. Rajasekhar and his workforce rushed to the spot and helped the duo attain to security.
Superintendent of Police S. Senthil Kumar congratulated the police workforce on their profitable rescue mission. The villagers from Gadanki, the duo’s native, thronged the police station to thank the personnel.