India: Doraemon cartoon saves the life of a 6-year-old boy who suffered a multi-storey building accident

New Delhi: The children’s cartoon Doraemon saved the life of a 6-year-old boy in an accident that occurred in the Indian city of Lucknow on Tuesday.

According to Indian media reports, a multi-storied building collapsed in Lucknow on Tuesday, in which two women were killed while 14 injured people were rescued and shifted to a local hospital. Rescue operations are still ongoing despite two days passed.

However, the life of a 6-year-old boy injured in the accident was saved by the famous Japanese cartoon Doraemon, who is being treated at a local hospital.

While talking to the media, the child said that as soon as the building started shaking, he felt that an earthquake had occurred.

The child said that a Doraemon cartoon once told what to do and what not to do during an earthquake, and the cartoon showed how the main character of the cartoon, Nobita, took refuge in a safe place and saved himself during the earthquake. As soon as he felt that the earthquake had occurred, he immediately went and hid under the bed.

According to media reports, the child said that within a moment the entire building collapsed and darkness fell everywhere.

It should be noted that Doraemon is one of the most favorite cartoons among children today, especially in Pakistan and India every child is fond of Doraemon cartoons.

Doraemon is actually a robotic cat with a lot of futuristic gadgets, with which he helps a shy and lazy boy Nobita.

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