banaskantha (india) - An Indian man in flight for the water violence that India has been killing in recent days has been rescued in a village in the Indian state of Gujarat from the tip of an electricity pole. Moessonregens have laid out large parts of the country; People and animals can not get along.
So then up, the man must have thought. A rescue helicopter had to make it possible to release the Indian from his horrible situation. And with success: the man could be safeguarded by the rescuers.
In Gujarat, 33,000 people have already been saved. Throughout the country, 225 people died this year as a result of water violence. Many people are drowned, others died from landslides or electrocution. More than 2.7 million Indians were hit by the barre.