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Remembering God jumps into waterfall, video of retired army man jumping

Nita Yadav

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A video of drowning in the lake has surfaced

While four people drowned in Bhushi Dab in Lonavala on Sunday, a retired soldier died after drowning in Tamini Ghat waterfall in Pune’s Plus Valley. The dead body of this jawan living in Bhosari area was found after three days. A video of the incident has also surfaced, in which the soldier is seen jumping into the Tamini Ghat waterfall along with his comrades. After this, he also tries to escape by holding on to the stones on the shore, but due to the strong current, he cannot control himself and drowns.

The dead body of this jawan was found near Raigad on Monday. The soldier has been identified as retired army soldier Swapnil Dhavde. He lived with his family in Bhosari, Pimpri Chinchwad, Pune. It is being said that three days ago he had come to have fun at Tamini Ghat water fall with some of his friends. Here suddenly he decided to jump into the pool to take a bath. His companions also forbade him, but he disobeyed and first invoked God’s name and then jumped into the lake.

The young man fell into the valley while running

After jumping into the water, Swapnil continued to swim normally for some time. After this he came towards the flowing bank and tried to get out by holding a stone. But due to the strong current, he could not keep his balance and fell down with the water flowing from the lake. Ran down with him and tried to save him, but by then it was too late. Swapnil had gone far with the flow of water.

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Three days later, the body was found near Raigad

His colleagues immediately informed the authorities about the matter. Then, with the help of drone camera, its search was started. In this sequence, three days later on Monday, his body was found near Raigad. Let us tell you that a 40-year-old woman and her three children drowned in Bhushi Dam in Lonavala on Sunday itself. While the search for the four-year-old child is ongoing.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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