Jharkhand: Mine collapse in jharkhand several workers are feared and trapped in a coal mine. late evening on Thursday in the Lal Matia colliery of Godda district in Jharkhand. While initial reports put the number of trapped to be around 10, a CISF official told that around 40-50 workers are suspected to be trapped inside the debris along with some machinery of a private company operating in the coal mine. The coal mine is owned by Eastern Coalfields, a subsidiary of the government-owned Coal India Limited. the rescue operation is underway and that an NDRF team from Patna is already on its way to the site of the accident. According to sources, Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das directed the DGP and chief secretary to initiate relief and rescue operations at the earliest. �As of now, there are different versions of how many machines, vehicles and people are trapped. Relief and rescue operations are being initiated,� a police official told this. Injured people are admitted to hospital and the treatment is �being provided.
Mine collapse in jharkhand 40-50 workers trapped