Rescue teams worked around the clock for over 80 hours to try and save the toddler, but at around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday - after drilling a hole near the well - officials detected a smell, indicating that the boy was deceased, the Times of India reported. "Through the hackathon, individuals and startups can come up with most practical solutions to rescue children from borewells", Babu told TOI. In June, another 2-year-old died after falling 125 feet into an unused well in the Sangrur district.
Sujith's body was found in a highly decomposed state as explained by the Principal Secretary of Transport Department J Radhakrishnan earlier. Around 550 people were involved in the rescue operation.
Rescuers pulled out the decomposed and mangled body of Sujith Wilson early Tuesday. However, the process was slow due to rocky terrain and complex procedures.
This was also not complied with by authorities this time around, he said.
Authorities said the child was initially wedged at around nine metres (30 feet) before slipping to the bottom in an upright standing position. Various state and central agencies had been roped on to rescue him.
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On October 25, he had fallen into a 600-feet borewell located near his house.
Many celebrities and politicians prayed for the safe rescue of the boy.
"Efforts are on to retrieve the mortal remains of the child", Mr Radhakrishnan was quoted by PTI. Actors turned-politicians like Kamal Hassan and Rajnikanth also expressed concern for Sujith's safety.
The petitioner, referring to the death of Sujith Wilson, said the main cause of the death was failure in the implementation of both the apex court and the High Court orders and non-compliance of the guidelines.
Rahul Gandhi shared his condolences with the family.