Assam: 2 kids lose teeth, write letter to PM Modi, CM Sarma; demands 'urgent action'
The kids' letters have also gone viral on social media, with netizens heaping affection on the tiny kids in the popular post's comment area.
Two Assamese siblings have sent separate letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and state Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, expressing their dissatisfaction with the delayed development of their adult teeth. They thought it was a question of "urgent necessity for authority action" and so required "superior involvement." The two children, 6-year-old Rawza and her 5-year-old brother Aryan, have written to the leaders to complain about the delay in developing their adult teeth. They claim that this is making it tough for them to bite into their favourite dishes.
They were forced to send letters to the Prime Minister, and the Chief Minister of Assam after several of their baby teeth fell out in recent months, causing them difficulty eating their favourite foods. Mukhtar Ahmed, the children's uncle, posted their letters on Facebook. He also asked the leaders to perform the "necessary for their teeth since they are unable to chew their favourite meals."
The siblings also signed the letter, which included a little illustration of teeth. Rawza wrote the letter addressed to CM Himanta. Aryan wrote the other letter, which was addressed to Prime Minister Modi. The kids' letters have also gone viral on social media, with netizens heaping affection on the tiny kids in the popular post's comment area.
Let's take a look at how netizens reacted: