Haryana School Girl ‘Reporting’ on Floods and Water Logging Is Winning Hearts on Twitter, Watch Viral Video
Haryana School Girl ‘Reporting’ on Floods and Water Logging (Photo Credits: Video Screengrab/ @prashantchiguru/ Twitter)

Haryana and neighbouring Punjab are reportedly facing the flood-like situation as major rivers are in the outbreak. Ghaggar is flowing above the danger mark, putting the citizens’ life to a halt. The severe situation has been live reported by a school girl, whose commentary skill is winning hearts online. Reporting the situation of each corner from the flooded street of Kurukshetra, the unidentified girl has surely outperformed all TV journalists with her talent. Shared on Twitter, the video has since gone viral earning thousands of views and comments with Tweeple showering all their love to the little reporter. Video of Kashmiri Girl Reporting on Snowfall in Valley With a Ruler in Hand Goes Viral. 

The video has been shared by a Twitter user, Chiguru Prashanth. The unidentified girl can be seen walking through the flooded street with the help of a stick, explaining about her surroundings in a poised manner. “In Haryana school girl from #Kurukshetra is reporting live during rainfall from her neighbourhood about the water logging problem. I hope her voice will reach to the authorities. No doubt she has outsmarted all TV journalists in her stint!” tweeted Prashanth. Bihar Floods: Normal Life Hit After Rains Wreak Havoc, Houses Submerged in Floodwater, Locals Forced to Stay Near Railway Tracks. 

Watch the Viral Video of School Girl Reporting From Haryana 

The girl can be heard saying in Hindi, that water level is high and flowing so fast, that she is unable to walk properly. She even pointed out to some houses, where residents are using cement bags to prevent the floodwater from entering their home. Soon after sharing online, it did not take much time for the clip to go viral and everyone is in love with the brave girl. This has come, after a video of a Kashmiri teen girl had gone viral for reporting about snowfall, earlier this year. Such young talents are sure to make headlines. Assam Floods: Death Toll Rises to 20, Over 90% Kaziranga National Park Submerged With 17 Animals Dead; 32 Districts Affected. 

Heavy rainfall has triggered the river to overflow and cause floods in the cities and towns putting life to a halt. Haryana, Punjab, Assam and Bihar have been extremely affected with flood water affecting the regular life.