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The little tow-haired girl is sleeping on her stomach and her shoulders seem pink as though she had gotten too much sun. Next to her is a woman on her knees and next to the woman is a baby laying on his back. The station is located in the city of Ganj Basoda, situated on the New Delhi–Chennai main line route passing through the Vidisha district. There is no age of the little girl, but I would guess she is between 3-4 years old. Also, Surendra mentions that she doesn’t speak Hindi, which could be an indicator that she is old enough to carry on a conversation. But, he does not mention what language she was speaking. Many have commented on his post that the little girl might be albino, in which he has responded, “If that’s possible, but not speak hindi, this is precisely the conspicuous exception.” My guess is that Surendra considered that, but it was the fact that the little girl did not speak Hindi caused him to be concerned she was not with the right family.
However, The depth of blond on that child, and the blond eye brows on her, along with the pigment of her skin, has me thinking a possible albino child. I'm no expert though.
My gripe was more or less with the negative social and psychological aspect of it.
originally posted by: grainofsand
a reply to: TNMockingbird
Social media is fantastic for this kind of thing.
In short, although we were unlucky, without social media we would have not been able to contact thousands of people so quickly, or raise and coordinate such a strong search party as easily.
Yep, social media gets a thumbs up from me when communities need fast mass communication.