Goddess Durga’s wooden structure saves three from drowning

The incident took place in Kolkata today when clinging to a wooden structure of an immersed idol of goddess Durga helped  and save three people who were drifted away after high tide of river Ganga. According to the Kolkata police they were rescued around 8 km away in the city.

Mohammed Hasim Ali Naskar( 13), Rafiqul Naskar(25) and Mohammed Aman(12) lifted wooden structures of immersed Durga idols from river water when they drifted away due to a high tide.

The wooden structure acts as base on which the clay idol of the goddess is erected. The structures are lifted from water after immersion and reused.
The three were rescued by joint teams of Kolkata Police Disaster Management Group (DMG) and local police stations.

After receiving the information that the three were drifted away by strong upstream current, officer said, “we alerted all upstream ghats and a search was launched by River Traffic Police and the DMG.”
After a three-hour long search, they were found floating clinging to a wooden structure near Kashi Mitra Ghat under the North Port Police Station.

“They could have drowned. But they managed to cling to the wooden structure and that saved them. We thank the local people in lending hands in saving them,” he said.

These are surely the blessings bestowed by the maa Durga to her Bhakts in saving their life’s. What do you think? Please share your thoughts on the same in comment section.

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