05 Sep 2017/Tuesday
Being hailed as an example of good-hearted Kashmiriyat, a video showing locals helping Indian army soldiers injured from a road accident in Budgam district has gone viral. The army men were offered water and first aid by those present at the location.
The real face of Kashmiri people came when an army truck in which they were travelling met with an accident. Paying utter disregard to Pakistani
sponsored hat mongers like Hurriyat, The Locals from Ehak-e-Pahroo village in Budgam district, early on Sunday came to the aid of soldiers. A video shot by a local offering water and first aid to the army men was uploaded on Youtube, It has gone viral
in the na,e of “The Real Face of Human Hearted Kashmiris”.
The army men were guarding the local railway station popularly
known as the Pampore railway station – had sustained minor injuries as the vehicle they were traveling in overturned. The video is having very positive reviews.
In a massive video originally shared on facebook is now available in other social media websites as well. The insident is a good example of Kashmiriyat.
A video clip showing locals helping army men injured in a road accident in the Pahroo area of central Kashmir’s Budgam has gone viral on social media, with people terming it as yet another example of Kashmiriyat.
In a 2-minute-long video, shot on a cellphone, a group of young men can be seen taking care of the injured soldiers and offering them water after their vehicle met with an accident near Check-e-Pahroo village in Budgam district, early Sunday morning.
An eyewitness said that several soldiers guarding railway station – popularly known as the Pampore railway station – had sustained
minor injuries as the vehicle they were traveling in overturned. “Local villagers rushed to spot and helped the soldiers,” he said, adding that the injured were also provided first aid.
Though it’s not clear who uploaded the video first, but it has since been widely shared on multiple platforms and is creating a lot of buzz in the online space, especially Facebook. People
have been leaving extremely positive comments on the video, just like one such user wrote, “The real face of human hearted Kashmiris”.