Srinagar: Social media users in Kashmir have gone gaga over a viral video showing a delivery boy of the US based e-commerce giant Amazon, riding a horse over the snow-clogged roads, to deliver parcels, in a locality in Srinagar.
The video, with a theme song of Amazon India in the background, shared by a Kashmir based journalist Umar Ganie on his twitter account captioned “Amazon delivery innovation” has been retweeted over 430 times, garnering over twenty-five hundred likes so far.
While many netizens were left amazed from such a unique sight in the city centre, a considerable number of social media users hailed and in the meantime tagged Amazon and its owner Jeff Bezos to check the ‘determination’, ‘dedication’ and ‘commitment’ of the delivery boy, ensuring that the parcels reach intended customers on time.
Amid a flurry of retweets on the viral video, one user wrote: “Determination of a guy, should be given one time benefit.”
Determination of a guy , should be given one time benefit https://t.co/IVFPTpSdmU— Soy Lak (@lak_soy) January 13, 2021
“@amazon should check this out. Only in Kashmir. Dedication,” reads another.
“#amazon @amazon for your information and confirmation/reward”, a retweet reads.
“This boy deserves appreciation and @amazonIN should reward the commitment of this delivery boy”, a retweet reads.
“Where there is a will there is a way. #AmazonIndia @amazonIN @amazon”, reads a another retweet on the viral video.
In a sarcastic tweet a user wrote, “Aache din aaaany waaaly hai. Don’t know for others but surely for srinagar and @amazonIN @amazon @JeffBezos”[sic]
In a somewhat similar tone another user wrote “Nice advertisement and yes this is not innovation, rather helplessness that too in 21st century ad with few inches of snow.”
Besides Twitter, popular social media app Facebook was equally abuzz with video clips shared by users cherishg this peculiar sight of the youth with the horse.
While the video is garnering surprising reactions, the lanes and by-lanes in the Summer capital Srinagar and rest of the region still remains inaccessible to residents days after Kashmir had a ‘heavy snowfall’. (GNS)