Viral Video: Locals carry children to school across river on their shoulders in Nashik
There is no road or bridge over the river.
- So far more than 4 lakh people have seen this video going viral on social media. In the video, some school children dressed in clothes are being shown.
VIRAL VIDEO- At a time when highways, tunnels and expressways are being constructed to connect cities across India, and make commuting between states easier, but the development have not yet reached in the far flung areas.
A video clip is went viral in social media, shows the struggle of children who have to swim across a river to reach their school situated on the other side of the river, in Maharashtra’s Nashik district. There is no road or bridge over the river.
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After watching this video that has surfaced through social media, your hair will stand. In this video you can see how the school children are forced to cross the fast flowing river. After watching this video, you will definitely feel like cursing the government system.
So far more than 4 lakh people have seen this video going viral on social media. In the video, some school children dressed in clothes are being shown. These children are standing on the bank of a river. Because the water of the river is deep, so small children cannot cross the river. For this, some elder people of the village are bringing the children one by one to this shore. so that they can reach school.
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After watching this video, many social media users were seen questioning the system. Social media users are questioning the system as to why no arrangement has been made for school children to cross the river. Why a bridge has not been built for the children to cross the river.
#WATCH |Maharashtra: In absence of a bridge, group of children in Peth taluka, Nashik cross river every day to reach school
"River is deep but children have to go to school, so we carry them either on shoulders or in big utensils. We request admn to build a bridge," says a local pic.twitter.com/rNmdPKD3lx
— ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2022