Little Girl Turns Reporter, Talks About Deplorable Condition Of Kashmir Roads

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A video of a little girl from Kashmir has gone viral on the internet. The girl turns reporter to show the bad condition of roads in Kashmir.

In the video, the girl is seen wearing a pink jacket giving coverage of the roads in her area. Her name could not be immediately confirmed. The girl complains how the guests cannot come to her place because of the bad condition of the roads. 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 girl is being directed by the cameraperson, whom she calls “mom”, to show the potholes on the road.

Little Girl Turns Reporter In Kashmir:

According to reports, the Kashmir valley recently witnessed heavy snow and rain hence the condition of roads worsened. Telling the viewers about rains and mud making conditions worse, the little girl walks on a road pointing at the potholes in a video of 2.08 minute apparently shot on a mobile phone. Watch the video here. 

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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 young reporter remembers to tell her viewers to like share and subscribe and promises to meet then in her next video. Ever since the video was first shared on social media, it has been doing rounds of several timelines. So far, the video has been viewed by more than one lakh people.

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 soundbyte of 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.

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