The rescue of 41 workers who had been stranded inside a collapsed part of an under-construction tunnel in Uttarakhand for 16 days was celebrated on Tuesday by Philip Green, the Australian High Commissioner to India.
The Australian diplomat praised the rescue operation, describing it as a “immense achievement” because it labored its method by quite a few obstacles over the course of two weeks.
The Australian High Commissioner to India additionally emphasised the efforts of the Australian tunnelling specialist who monitored the 16-day rescue operation and equipped the technical help that in the end resulted in the secure extraction of each employee who was trapped.
“This is an immense achievement. Well done to the authorities for successfully evacuating all 41 workers trapped in the tunnel in #Uttarkhand,” the Australian High Commissioner posted from his official deal with on X.
“Special commendation to Australia’s Professor Arnold Dix who provided important technical support on the ground,” he added.
(With company inputs)