Nepali boy turns hero after rescuing Indian girl

KATHMANDU: A 13-year old boy, who pulled out a two-and-half year-old Indian girl from a narrow fissure in a deep gorge, has become a hero in Nepal, with a secondary school offering him free education and locals awarding him a cash prize of Rs 45,000.

Kamal Nepali rescued Aradhana Pradhan, daughter of Indian parents from the nearly 200 ft deep gorge of Seti river in Pokhara, a famous tourist spot, over 20 hours after she fell into it.

The boy volunteered to venture in, after rescue workers could not to enter the narrow and dark ravine. The rescuers attached ropes to the boy’s body before sending him inside the gorge, where the girl lay trapped midway at 70 ft.

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3 Responses to “”

  1. Mr Zopo Says:

    Oh no, ehe evil masculinity!
    This boy clearly needs ritalin and sensibility training before he becomes an evil patriarch!

  2. Mr Zopo Says:

    Oh no, ehe evil masculinity!
    This boy clearly needs ritalin and sensibility training before he becomes an evil patriarch!

  3. Mr Zopo Says:

    Oh no, ehe evil masculinity!
    This boy clearly needs ritalin and sensibility training before he becomes an evil patriarch!

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