Little Girl Turns Reporter To Show Bad Road Condition : Video Goes Viral

Little Girl Turns Reporter To Show Bad Road Condition : Video Goes Viral



Little Girl Turns Reporter To Show Bad Road Condition : Video Goes Viral


The girl showed how people were also dumping garbage on roads and shouted “ sab gandha ho gaya hai (the neighbourhood has become dirty) ”.


Srinagar : An undated video of a little girl from Kashmir who turned reporter to show the bad condition of lanes and bylanes has created a storm on the internet, with netizens complimenting her for her coverage.

Dressed in a pink jacket, the girl, whose name as well as the place where she was shooting the video could not be confirmed, is complaining that guests cannot come to her place because of the bad road condition.

“ Itni gandi road hai ki mehman bhi nahi aa sakte (the road is so bad that guests also cannot come),” the girl said while directing her camera person, whom she refers to as “mom”, to show the potholes.

Kashmir recently witnessed heavy snow and rain.

Narrating how mud and rains had made the condition worse, the girl walked on a road showing the potholes in a 2:08 minute video shot on a mobile phone.

The girl showed how people were also dumping garbage on roads and shouted “sab gandha ho gaya hai (the neighbourhood has become dirty)”.

The enthusiastic little reporter also asks viewers to “like, share, and subscribe” and promises to meet them in the next video.

The video has been shared by many Twitter users and viewed over one lakh times.

This is not the first time that a child from Kashmir has appealed to the authorities through video messages.

Last year, a 71-second video addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi by six-year-old Mahiru Irfan, seeking a cap on the duration of online classes, had propelled the girl from Kashmir to overnight media stardom as camera crew made a beeline at her residence for a sound-byte.

The video had caught the attention of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, who directed the School Education Department to come out with a policy in 48 hours to ease the burden of homework on the school students.

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