Noida: Schoolgirls indulge in brawl on street, police remain spectators | VIDEO

The girls, believed to be students in grades 9 and 10, are seen hitting, kicking, and pulling each other's hair in broad daylight.

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Noida: A disturbing video has emerged on social media, capturing a physical altercation between four teenage girls in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The incident, which reportedly occurred in Noida Phase 2, has sparked outrage online due to the brutality of the fight and the apparent inaction of bystanders, including two police officers.

Violent fight erupts

The video depicts a chaotic scene on a Noida street, with four schoolgirls engaged in a vicious brawl. Reports suggest the fight stemmed from a disagreement over comments made on an Instagram reel. The girls, believed to be students in grades 9 and 10, are seen hitting, kicking, and pulling each other's hair in broad daylight.

Netizens upset by police inaction

Adding fuel to the fire of online anger is the presence of two police officers in the video who appear to make no attempt to intervene and stop the fight. This has led to widespread criticism on social media platforms, with netizens questioning the police's role and their apparent disregard for the situation.

Social media debate highlights impact of social media

The video's circulation has ignited a heated debate online. Many social media users have expressed concern about the detrimental effects of social media platforms on young minds, particularly regarding the escalation of conflicts that begin online and spill over into real-life violence.

Call for action and investigation

The video, initially shared by a user named 'user_hardik' with a caption highlighting the police inaction, has garnered significant traction online. Social media users have overwhelmingly condemned the girls' behavior and criticized the police for their lack of intervention. Many have called for an investigation into the incident and appropriate action against those involved.