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PM Narendra Modi talked to all the workers on phone, inquired about the well being of the workers

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PM Narendra Modi talked to all the workers

41 laborers trapped in the Silkyara Tunnel of Uttarkashi have been rescued safely. After this rescue operation, happiness is visible on everyone’s faces. Many leaders including President Draupadi Murmu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi have congratulated the workers and expressed gratitude to all the workers engaged in this campaign. All the workers have been taken out of the tunnel and sent under the supervision of the medical team.

Now after this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has talked to all the workers. He inquired about his well being over phone call. Along with this, he assured that now they will be provided every kind of assistance. Earlier, the Uttarakhand government had announced a relief amount of Rs 1 lakh each for all these 41 labourers. As soon as they came out of the tunnel, CM Pushkar Singh Dhami welcomed the workers with garlands.

The success of the rescue operation of the labor brothers made everyone emotional.

Earlier, after the success of the campaign, the Prime Minister tweeted that the success of the rescue operation of our labor brothers in Uttarkashi is going to make everyone emotional. I want to say to the friends who were trapped in the tunnel that your courage and patience is inspiring everyone. I wish you all well and good health.

He said that it is a matter of great satisfaction that after a long wait, these friends of ours will now meet their loved ones. The patience and courage that all these families have shown in this challenging time cannot be appreciated enough. I also salute the spirit of all the people associated with this rescue operation. His bravery and determination have given new life to our labor brothers. Everyone involved in this mission has set an amazing example of humanity and teamwork.

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