Dhawan, Uthappa ask parents to be patient with their children

Modesto Morganelli
Agosto 20, 2017

Both of them shared a video on Twitter which has been making rounds on social media websites and messaging service Whatsapp. In the video, a child struggles to identify the numbers now and is been pressurised and beaten by the mother of the child (probably).

Dhawan, who is away in Sri Lanka with the Indian team, wrote, "I request parents to be patient with ur kids at all times".

Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli took his official social networking page and shared the video expressing his view that "A child can never learn if intimidated". Uthappa tweeted, "This is heart wrenching". Children shouldn't be raised this way. "I pray we can raise our kids with love instead of fear". This is shocking and saddening to another dimension.

The Instagram video was soon full of comments on the ill effects of corporal punishments as well as intimidation and violence on the mental health of the child.

In the video, the child complains of having a headache, not being able to identify numbers but still gets pressurised. The video is extremely disturbing as the child is seen with her eyes full of tears and clearly feeling incompetent and scared of the woman. Perhaps, this is not the correct way by a parent to document their Ward's skills, but the kid's unhinged temperament evokes a awful show of child abuse. Pls refrain from beating/degrading them.

Dhawan too has three children- son Zoravar and daughters Aliyah and Rhea.

Dhawan is now in Dambulla preparing for the first ODI against Sri Lanka of the five-match ODI series starting August 20.

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