A video grab shows the TV journalist reporting from floods.
A Pakistani TV reporter’s video has gone viral in a couple of hours with his passionate reporting of the floods from inside a flooded river in Pakistan. The reporter could be seen half submerged, reporting live back to the studio of the flooding in Bulochistan province.
Click on the link for the video: pic.twitter.com/PBDtwSk6qh
The reporter, whose identity remains unknown, could be heard saying, “This floodwater is gushing towards farmers’ crops… the crops are in danger due to the floods.”
Journalist Naila Inayat shared the video on Twitter. She sarcastically captioned the clip, “Producer: Bring me a news story that no other channel has. Reporter: (comes the flood video)
She also said, “Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting 👆”
Twitterati Kruti Version 35.0 said, “He has immersed himself into journalism.”
Rahul Rahi said, “Real time journalism”
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