Indian captain Virat Kohli was furious with this video that went viral on WhatsApp on Saturday. Virat Kohli who is currently in Sri Lanka took to Instagram to share his message. Every now and then, we come across something on the internet that shakes us totally and makes us think what exactly is wrong with this world. Something similar happened this morning when a video of a little girl being beaten by a woman, supposedly her mother, went viral on the internet. The video has been shared on different groups since this morning and chances are that you must have comes across this heartbreaking footage too.
Reacting to this, Indian cricketers Shikhar Dhawan and Robin Uthappa took to Twitter and asked the parents to be patient with their kids as the children take their own time to learn. “I request parents to be patient with ur kids at all times. Every child learns at his own pace. Pls refrain from beating/degrading them,” wrote Dhawan alongside the video. Uthappa tweeted, “This is heart wrenching. Children shouldn’t be raised this way. This needs to stop. I pray we can raise our kids with love instead of fear.”
Here are their tweets:
I request parents to be patient with ur kids at all times. Every child learns at his own pace. Pls refrain from beating/degrading them. ???????? pic.twitter.com/jy8xV8gC9M
— Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) August 19, 2017
This is heart wrenching. Children shouldn’t be raised this way. This needs to stop. I pray we can raise our kids with love instead of fear. pic.twitter.com/6R4mKrFy4r
— Robin Aiyuda Uthappa (@robbieuthappa) August 19, 2017
In this video, a little girl can be seen repeating numbers between 1 to 5 which are written on a notebook while making numerous revisions. The girl asks for a break while continuously saying that she is having a headache. But the woman in the video whose face is not visible continues to get the child to repeat the counting. In the end, the child gets frustrated and tears up even further. The video has been going viral on Whatsapp and getting plenty of attention. However, FinancialExpress.com cannot verify the authenticity of the video.