Children are quite innocent and can melt just anyone’s heart. Children, no matter what they do, are adorable. Derek C Lalchhanhima barely knew that his small act of kindness would create a stir online. While we might have been busy cooking a tasty chicken meal, Derek was trying to save the chicken he ran over.
The little boy has won the hearts of many netizens with his act of kindness. When Derek accidentally ran over his neighbours chicken, he felt the need to save the little creature. So, he took the chicken and ran to the hospital with an Rs. 10 note. Unfortunately, the chicken was already dead.
Save the chick
People can’t stop gushing over the viral picture of a little boy, who tried to save his neighbour’s chick after he accidentally ran over it with his bicycle. The photo of the boy from Sairang, Mizoram was shared on Facebook by a user named Sanga Says along with the caption explaining the incident.
“He did not understand that the chick is dead and begged his parents to take it to the hospital. His father told him to go himself, which he did with ten rupees.”
While little Derek was holding the chick in one hand, he had an Rs. 10 note in the other. Such innocence, right?
Facebook user Sanga Says who shared this adorable picture of Derek with the injured chicken and captioned it: As per Reports: This young boy from Sairang, Mizoram, accidentally ran over his neighbour’s chicken. He took the chicken, ran to a nearby hospital and with all the money he had, asked for help. (I’m laughing and crying all at the same time). The Facebook post has gone viral and since then it has amassed over 1 lakh likes, 90 thousand Facebook shares, and more than 10 thousand comments and still counting.
Furthermore, when his school got news of Derek’s act of simplicity and bravery, they decided to award him for his bravery. In the picture, Derek is seen innocently carrying the appreciation reward and smiling for the camera. Derek was honoured with the Tawlhloh Puan. This shawl is usually used to honour those who show extraordinary courage.