All about Kashmiri girl viral video on bad roads: In a recent video that is going viral on social media, a little Kashmiri girl is seen turning into a reporter and showing the bad conditions of lanes and bylanes in her area. The kid has received a lot of positive responses for her video.
In the 2.08 minute-long video that was shot on a mobile phone, the little girl is seen pointing at the potholes and revealing how it was difficult to commute. Due to heavy snowfall in the Kashmir valley, the condition of roads has gone from bad to words.
Who is the little Kashmiri girl seen talking about bad roads?
The little girl, seen dressed in a pink jacket, turned into a reporter to show the bad road conditions in Kashmir. She refers to the person who is shooting the video as “mom”. She even complains about how it is difficult for the guests to come to her place because of the bad road conditions.
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She is heard saying, “Itni gandi road hai ki mehman bhi nahi aa sakte (the road is so bad that guests also cannot come).”
The name of the girl and the place where the video was shot has not be confirmed as of yet.
She also showed how people were dumping garbage on the roads and shouts in the video, “sab gandha ho gaya hai (the neighbourhood has become dirty).”
The Kashmiri girl seems to be very enthusiastic as she asks her views to “like, share and subscribe” while she promises to meet the views in her next video.
The video was posted on Twitter by Sajid Yousuf Shah and it was captioned “Meet Youngest reporter from the Kashmir Valley”.
A similar video went viral in 2021 when six-year-old Mahiru Irfan of Kashmir valley addressed the Prime Minister of India asking for a cap in the duration of online classes. The video made Irfan famous overnight. Several media persons flocked near her house to get a byte from her.
The video had caught the attention of Jammu and Kashmir 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.