The video showed stranded passengers from Mizoram returning home on a special Shramik train giving away their food to the flood victim

Guwahati: Mizoram chief minister Zoramthanga shared a viral video on Twitter that showed the true spirit of humanity. The video showed stranded passengers from Mizoram returning home in a special Shramik train giving away their food to the flood victims of Assam along the railway tracks.

“The following viral WhatsApp video is all about stranded Mizos on their way from Bangalore sharing their eatables along the railway track for flood affected people on their way to #Mizoram and, it just made my day!” the chief minister tweeted.

The act of humanity shown in the video has received praise from people and has already gone viral on social media. Expressing this, a Twitter user wrote, “A small act of love, a great example of living in a troubled world!”

“I praise them for their standards of humanity,” expressed another. “Isn’t it a proof that humanity is alive?” tweeted another user.

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