'I also voted for BJP': Crying boy pleads Bulldozer with folded hands to not demolish his shop; Video viral
Crying boy bulldozer viral video shows, a lad in tears requesting with folded hands to demolish his shop, while a bulldozer awaits to carry out the order given to it.Author : Malkit Singh
For the past 1 month, Bulldozer has been the talk of the town. From bulldozing illegal constructions at the violence-hit area in New Delhi to UK PM Boris Johnson having a photo session at the newly inaugurated JCB factory in Gujarat, Bulldozers have been raising eyebrows all around. Now, another video related to bulldozers is going viral like a wildfire which might anger a few sections of society. A crying boy pleading bulldozer to not demolish his shop is going viral on social media.
Boy crying bulldozer viral video was shared on Twitter handle named DalitItCell on May 12 and ever since then the video is doing rounds on social media. Crying boy bulldozer viral video shows, a lad in tears requesting with folded hands to demolish his shop, while a bulldozer awaits to carry out the order given to it. In the Bulldozer boy crying viral video, the young boy says tearfully that he had also voted for the BJP in the elections in an attempt to save his shop from the demolition drive.
Now only this, the crying boy viral video with Bulldozer also showcases that a lady (might be his mother) try to calm own her son and also requests officials with folded hands to not demolish their shops.
Watch the crying boy bulldozer viral video:
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It is pertinent to mention here that TrueScoop does not authenticate the video. The video was shared on Twitter handle and it is yet ascertained where the incident took place.
However, Delhi saw an anti-encroachment drive in several parts on Thursday yet again, days after bulldozers reached the Shaheen Bagh area - once an epicenter of protests against the citizenship law or CAA - earlier this week. AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan was seen in a south Delhi locality - Madanpur Khadar - as he protested the action by the civic body.
The Municipal Corporation's action against the illegal encroachment began in the national capital in several areas on Thursday, including Dwarka, Janakpuri, New Friends Colony, Rohini, Chaukhandi, and other surrounding areas. Bulldozers were seen demolishing the extended parts of shops in Dwarka’s Sector 3. Apart from this, the anti-encroachment drive was also being carried out in the Janakpuri area.