WATCH: After 'Tauba Tauba Tamatar', Pakistani Journalist's Report From Inside A Flooded River Goes Viral

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After the Pakistani reporter who had gone viral on the Internet in India for his impassioned 'Tauba Tauba' rant during a live tv broadcast, another reporter from the neighbouring country is winning the attention of the social media for his impressive reporting skills.

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

After the Pakistani reporter who had gone viral on the Internet in India for his impassioned 'Tauba Tauba' rant during a live tv broadcast, another reporter from the neighbouring country is winning the attention of the social media for his impressive reporting skills.

In a viral video, the Pakistani journalist can be seen reporting about the increased water level in the rivers due to floods. However, what grabs the attention is how passionately he reports the news story. 

A video, which has now gone viral on social media, the reporter can be seen 'half immersed in the river' while speaking on the mike to the news studio about the floods in Pakistan.

As he reports the news, the reporter is seen 'fearlessly' standing in the middle of a flooded river which is running quite rapidly due to increased water level. 

Watch the video shared by Naila Inayat, a Pakistani journalist, here:

In the second tweet, she sarcastically awarded him the "Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting". 

WATCH: Pakistan's 'Tauba Tauba Tamatar' Reporter Goes Viral Again, This Time With His Helmet On

This is not the first a Pakistani journalist has made the headlines in India. Earlier, a reporter from Pakistan's Channel 42, popularly known as 'Tauba Tauba Tamatar' reporter went viral for his 'tauba tauba' rant on Live television broadcast. His videos have shot to the top of the social media viral charts. 

In another viral video from Pakistan, a Geo TV Urdu (Pakistani news channel) news reporter identified as Amin Hafeez was seen reporting about animal trade, while sitting on an actual donkey. However, amid reporting, he fell off the donkey, leaving everyone in splits.

READ | VIRAL: Pakistani News Reporter Falls Off Donkey During Live Report

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