The efforts of rescue teams to save 14-month-old girl child Chinnari who fell into an unattended open bore well in Chenvelli village in Vikarabad district of Telangana failed. She died deep inside the borewell. Almost seventy hours after Chinnari fell into the borewell the rescue teams flushed out her body parts by using high-pressure flushing technology.

District collector M Raghunandana Rao, confirming the news early on Sunday morning said that the only parts of her body and few pieces of her frock could be collected through the flush, indicating that the child might have died within hours into the three-day long ordeal. The district administration after consulting the parents of Chinnari have given their consent for flushing the child on Saturday night as all other techniques have failed.

The NDRF team who has carefully collected the parts of the body immediately rushed them in a box to a waiting ambulance for a post mortem. A pal of gloom descended on the Chenvelli village as the exhausted parents of the child broke down after hearing the news. Hundreds of bystanders who came from nearby villages also expressed grief.

Meanwhile, Chevella police on Saturday filed a case against Mr Malla Reddy the owner of the land where the bore well was sunk. He was booked under Section 336 of IPC. Police said that Malla Reddy will be arrested anytime. Telangana Transportation Minister P. Mahender Reddy said that the parents of Chinnari will be paid compensation and the government will be assisting them in all aspects.