"Don't take away my chicken": Sikkim kid goes viral with heartbreaking appeal

"Don't take away my chicken": Sikkim kid goes viral with heartbreaking appeal

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GANGTOK: A tiny tot from Melli in South Sikkim has become the talk of the internet after a video surfaced in which he can be seen crying for his chickens as they are being loaded onto a truck for sale.

In the video, the 6-year old child can be seen crying after being separated from the chickens that he had probably helped raise with his family.

In a video first uploaded by 'The Voice of Sikkim', the child bids goodbye to his chickens and says that he wishes to see them again someday in the future.

"After few days please come to meet me, my dear chicken," he can be heard saying in the viral video.

He is also seen urging the elders to keep them safe as they started loading his chickens into their trucks.

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"Now, when they're gone they will be missed dearly everyday,' he says, sobbing.

At one point, he can even be seen joining his hands and requesting the elders to not take the chickens away and cook them.

After making his plea, the child just sinks down to the grown bawling his eyes out.

He even goes on to reqest his parents to buy the chickens so that they can be spared from the ghastly fate.

The innocent child's attachment with the birds has made him the darling of the state just after the video became viral.

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