Watch: Sikh Kid Retaliates After Getting Bullied In Foreign Land

The Logical Indian

May 27th, 2015

We have seen in the past many nationals of Indian origin being victims of racist attacks. Racist attacks or bullying is much prevalent in the school going age group. It is not just restricted to any particular land or nationality.  However in this video, we feel the kid dealt with a even bigger problem that prevails throughout the world- Bullying.  Its a lesson for everyone, don’t get bullied without any reason. May be do not go for this extreme measure or may be go for it depending on your situation. We know violence is not the answer but a stand against it is also needed.

Are we becoming intolerant? Or the kid was right in retaliating? How do you look forward to the issue of Bullying?
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