Right now every single person in India is performing 21 days Lockdwon by Isolting them at their homes. Amid lockdown, a video of an adorable little girl refusing to let her father go outside of the house has garnered a lot of attention online.
The video, shared by Pema Khandu, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister, shows the little girl blocking the door and telling her father of PM Narendra Modi’s request to citizens to stay indoors during the lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus.
The video is 15-seconds long in which the girl can be seen reminding her father that PM Narendra Modi’s said stay inside the home, do not go outside.
“Mat jaao (don’t go),” she adds, stretching her arms across the door-frame to prevent her father from leaving the house.
“Watch the reaction of a daughter when her father pretends to leave for office,” he wrote. She blocks the door and reminds her father of PM Narendra Modi Ji’s appeal to stay indoor. Who better understands the importance of #lockdown to fight #coronavirus than this little girl from Arunachal.”
Watch the reaction of a daughter when her father pretends to leave for office. She blocks the door and reminds her father of PM @narendramodi Ji's appeal to stay indoor. Who better understands the importance of #lockdown to fight #coronavirus than this little girl from Arunachal. pic.twitter.com/gAwvxxCU5u
— Pema Khandu (@PemaKhanduBJP) March 31, 2020
Just after being shared on social media, the video garnered more than 60k views and more than 8k likes.
See the happy reactions of some users:
Mat jao 🙏🏼👏🇮🇳. Lots of love to this little angel. You are a warrior 😊
— Vivek Pathak -corona warrior (@VivekPa77656400) March 31, 2020
Only daughters do this!!! Too cute.
— sushant sareen (@sushantsareen) March 31, 2020
Thank you sweetheart, u r a true citizen of the country
— Kumar (@sudiproy125) March 31, 2020
— 2moons2🌕🇺🇸 _dreams #IStandWithEarth (@D2moons2_dreams) March 31, 2020
However amid such tense situations such videos makes our day a little bright and happy. The national lockdown that started from 21 March will end on April 14.