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Video of Kids Covering a Manhole on a Busy Road Leaves The Internet Impressed

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Last Updated: December 06, 2022, 12:13 IST

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Cars can be seen passing by while the kids gather the rocks to block the manhole. (Credits: Twitter)

Cars can be seen passing by while the kids gather the rocks to block the manhole. (Credits: Twitter)

In a video shared by Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Awanish Sharan two kids can be seen covering an open manhole on a busy road.

Children are kind and caring in both their words and deeds, no matter how big or small it is. A similar act has now won many hearts online. In a video shared by Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Awanish Sharan two kids can be seen covering an open manhole on a busy road.

The video shows the two kids walking on the road when they notice an uncovered manhole. Instead of ignoring it, they carry big pieces of rocks and place them all around the manhole to prevent any serious accidents. Cars can be seen passing by while the kids gather the rocks to block the manhole. “You are never too young to make a difference,” the caption of the video read.

The clip has received over 1,03,000 views and over 9,000 likes on Twitter since it was posted. Twitter users could be seen praising the kids’ efforts and thoughtfulness.

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One user wrote, “Only young people are kindly ambitious.”

Another user writes, “People are good; precious two responsible kids.”

“Absolutely true! Your concerns, presence of mind and common sense matters more than your age,” a third user commented.

IAS officer Awanish Sharan frequently posts inspirational and informative content. He has been vocal on social media about the growing significance of conserving water and avoiding food waste. An image that accompanied his post on water conservation showed a man standing with a placard that stated, “When full is not needed, ask for a cutting pani.” Many users were drawn in by this message’s power, and many praised how effectively it was communicated. This message hints at ordering a half-glass of water and only requesting more when absolutely required.

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first published:December 06, 2022, 12:13 IST
last updated:December 06, 2022, 12:13 IST
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