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The woman will be heard within the video asking, “Why do the teachers assign so much work to small children?””

New Delhi:

Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Monday took note of a six-year-old girl’s adorable complaint to Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the burden of schoolwork on “babies”. The Lieutenant Governor has directed the school education department to come out with a policy within 48 hours to lighten burden of homework on school kids.

In a video that has now gone viral on social media, the girl is seen complaining that her online classes start at 10 AM and continue till 2 PM. “Why do the academics assign a lot work to babies, Modi Saab? The older youngsters, who’re in Class 6 and seven, needs to be given extra work,” she can be heard saying.

“Childhood innocence is reward of God and their days needs to be full of life, stuffed with pleasure and bliss (sic),” tweeted the Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor’s office in response to the girl’s message.

The adorable appeal by the six-year-old has attracted massive response on Twitter. While several users branded the video “the cutest factor on the web”, many others pointed out that the concerns raised by the little girl were legitimate and should be looked into.

“What a cutie. Modi ji are you listening to the woes of this younger woman who’s representing many younger minds. Save them frm this torture referred to as on-line lessons,” said a Twitter user , “Valid Question – Kids are utilizing telephone for five 6 ours which can affect their eyes and darkish circle in such younger age,” highlighted another.

As a measure to prevent the spread of the deadly virus, all schools and colleges in Jammu and Kashmir have been shut down till May 31.

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