Maharashtra Floods: Viral Video of Sangli Woman Touching Feet of Soldiers Who Came to Rescue Her Is Making Twitter Teary-eyed
Sangli viral flood video screengrab of woman touching army man's feet (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Maharashtra is going through one of its worst flood situations this year that have affected lakhs of people. However, we have to give it to the rescue teams who are risking their lives to rescue people to safety. Right from IAF to NDRF, the Army, police to local non-profit making organisations that are doing their best to save as many people as possible. Amidst all the rescue operations, a viral video of a saree-clad woman touching the feet soldiers around her who helped rescue her along with others is melting hearts online. If you missed it, another Viral Video of Boy Risking His Life to Guide an Ambulance Through Flooded Bridge Over Krishna River on Devadurga-Yadgir Road is Winning Hearts and HOW!

The video is from Sangli, an area from Western Maharashtra that is worst hit by the floods this year along with Kolhapur and parts of Satara. The soldiers can be seen rescuing the woman along with other people from Sangli to a safer place in a relief boat. Soon after getting on the boat, the woman can be seen touching the feet of the soldiers as a gesture of gratitude. Gujarat too just faced the ire of floods and with commendable efforts, many people were led to safety. A viral video of Gujarat Cop Wading Through Flooded Street to Save 45-Day-Old Baby in Vadodara was doing rounds on the internet recently.

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Here are some of the reactions on the heart-warming videos:


Salute the Indian Army

Lot's of love


Us too

Indians <3

Tears of happiness


Maharashtra is suffering from one of its worst times right now and kudos to each and every army personnel for rescuing so many people in vain. The flood has affected parts of Pune and Solapur districts as well. As per reports by PTI, over four lakh people have been moved to safety from the flood-hit parts of Maharashtra. This includes 3.78 lakh from the worst-hit Kolhapur and Sangli districts where the water level started receding on Saturday.