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afghan land mine had snatched boy feet prosthetic limbs giving hope to the world

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  • Afghanistan sitting on a heap of landmines is becoming a time for innocent children
  • The Soviet Army and America bombed Afghanistan, which was witness to the war for decades.
  • As a result, a large number of unexploded bombs are scattered here and there.

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Afghanistan sitting on a heap of landmines is becoming a time for innocent children. In Afghanistan, which was witness to a fierce war for decades, first the Soviet army and then the American army hurled bombs. The Taliban also carried out several horrific attacks. As a result, a large number of unexploded bombs are scattered here and there. Children are also falling prey to this, who are still learning to walk. One such video is being shared a lot on social media.

It is being told that this video of an innocent child who lost his leg in the bomb blast is from Afghanistan. This video has been released by ICRC. It is seen in the video that the right leg of an innocent child is amputated and he is trying to walk with the help of a prosthetic leg. The hard work of the doctors to make the child walk on his feet pays off and he starts walking through the walker without the help of doctors.

lost his leg due to landmines
Seeing this video, where tears are coming from people’s eyes, they are saluting the spirit of the child. They are cursing the war fiercely and are appealing to the world to stop the war. A user Marlin says, ‘This child looks very sad. May God help this child to lead a good life even after having no legs.’ Let us inform that ICRC is helping such people who have lost their legs due to landmines.

According to this report titled ‘Landmines Monitor 2021’, during the year 2020, the number of casualties due to landmines has increased by 20 percent compared to the previous 12 months. For this, an increase in armed conflicts and landmines have been attributed to many lands. According to the report, during the year 2020, more than seven thousand people have died in 54 countries and other regions in total. These include Afghanistan.

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