This picture of Manipur school girls forming a human chain to pull a bus that got stuck is going viral on the internet and winning hearts of social media users!
Social media users are calling it a testament to the strength of girl power.
For a bus to scheme through hairpin bends and unsafe roads in the hills can be a big task. Now, imagine the chaos when a vehicle that biggest stuck on a narrow muddy road.
Viral Pic Of Manipuri Girls Forming Human Chain:
Almost more than 90% of people at that moment would panic, but a Manipuri girls group chose not to fear.
The schoolgirls, from Manipur in north-east India, were on a school trip to the largest freshwater lake in Northeast, “Loktak Lake” when their bus broke down on a steep muddy hillside.
In the pictures, dozens of school girls can be seen dragging the bus up the narrow path using a giant rope.
Manipuri girls went for a study tour to Loktak Lake. Bus gets stuck in mud. Girls pull bus up and break the internet. pic.twitter.com/BLwCvflqD0
— Lawai BemBem (@liklasa) April 26, 2017
As soon as the picture went viral on social media, Twitterati could’s stop pouring out over their incredible team effort and the determination of Manipuri school girls.
— khali Peeli (@tomhardytaboo) April 27, 2017
— jyotsna mohan (@jyotsnamohan) April 26, 2017
There were others who pinpointed out the Indian government’s carelessness to build a ‘Pucca’ road through the states most famous tourist spots.
@liklasa Isn't Lohtak lake a major tourist destination with the grassy islands? How can the govt not build a proper road?
— #Strategicculture (@devigoes4alpha) April 27, 2017
@liklasa No doubt !! एकता मे शक्ति है !! B)
— शिवम् (@Mahaadev108) April 26, 2017
— Sdk (@satyadev101) April 26, 2017
— Desi Investor (@desiinvestor_) April 26, 2017
— R Ravi (@NewsJ1964) April 26, 2017
— Ramesh Varadhan 🇮🇳 (@RameshVaradhan) April 26, 2017
— Arshan Kika (@Arsh2012) April 27, 2017
— Rekha Nair (@RekhaNa84742536) April 26, 2017
A series of road accidents has hit Manipur in the recent weeks, as 20 people died in 4 separate road incidents on the same day last month.
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