government food worker Rajesh Vishwas He had to empty the reservoir to retrieve his phone that had fallen into it.
According to the Rules of Life publication, the phone fell into the water while the official was taking a selfie. He initially asked local divers to dive into the water and search for their cell phones. When the search was unsuccessful, he ordered the installation of diesel pumps near the reservoir, which emptied 2 million liters in three days. This volume of liquid will be sufficient to irrigate 6 square kilometers of agricultural land.
Reacting to the complaints of the residents of the neighborhood, the irrigation service official ordered an end to the disgrace. Vishwas was removed from government service. They managed to get the phone but it never opened.
Earlier, Indian law enforcement had filed criminal cases against Rolls-Royce.
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