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Blind children pray for Prince's safety on hisbirthday
Sunday July 23, 02:56 PM
Allahabad/ Kurushetra,July 23 (ANI): People, including blind children, from different parts of the country arepraying for the safe rescue of five-year-old Prince, who fell into a 55-feet deep pit onFriday evening.
A touching gesture came from blind students, who today organiseda candlelight prayer meet on Prince's birthday in Allahabad.
"Prince has falleninto a 55-feet deep pit. We are praying to God for his well- being," Nishu Singh, astudent who participated in the prayer meet, said.
Kundan Lal, Principal of theblind school 'Rajkiya Andha Vidyalaya,' said that he was moved when some of his studentsrequested that they wanted to hold prayers for Prince.
"We believe one gets fromthe God if he asks with a pure heart. Our children believe this. We hope God listens tous and he (Prince) comes back in good health," he said.
Prince was playing whenhe accidentally fell into a pit that was dug for a tube well and was left open andunattended.
He is reported to be in good health, and the rescue team comprisingthe Army claimed it was just a few hours away from reaching the child. The rescue team isdigging a tunnel through an adjoining well to reach the trapped child, which it says hasreached near completion.
Haryana Chief Minister Bhoopinder Singh Hooda, whovisited the site, said that heavy machinery was being brought from Mumbai and a firebrigade team to join the rescue operation.
The child is being constantlymonitored through a closed circuit camera that has been lowered into the pit.