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No trace of kid who fell into drain on Wed

DNMUM439176 | 7/12/2019 | Author : Team DNA | WC :89 | Mumbai



Mumbai: Even after 30 hours, the Mumbai Fire Brigade, National  Disaster Relief team and BMC could not find any trace of  Divyansh Singh who fell into an open drain in Malad on Wednesday night. The three-year-old’s father has threatened to hang himself outside the headquarters of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation in south Munbai if his youngest child is not found. At 9.44 pm on Wednesday, Divyansh stepped outside his home in a chawl and was not seen thereafter. CCTV camera footage showed him falling into an open drain.




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