An online user described the video "disgusting" in which the young Sikh boy is "being bullied with racist chants on a school bus. "The Sikh bravely states that he doesn't care what they think of him." The Inquisitr reported that Singh is a student at the Chattahoochee Elementary School in Duluth, Georgia.
A young sikh boy in the state of Georgia, US, has been called a "terrorist" by a group of school children, with the video of the abuse now going extremely viral on the Internet. In the video posted on Inquisitr, the bespectacled Sikh boy is seen sitting in which appears to be a school bus and is surrounded by students. He whispers to the camera: "The kids are being racist to me." A young girl sitting behind him then shouts "terrorist! terrorist!" and points her finger at the boy, who remains calm and even shouts "who cares" when the kids hurl abuses at him. The story of racism is no new story to us. Few days back a Hindu Temple was vandalised in Seattle. Inquisitr reported that the video was uploaded by a user named 'Nagra Nagra' and identified the Sikh boy as Harsukh Singh. Harsukh Singh apparently uploaded the video initially which has so far got 130,000 views, with the description, "Kids being racist to me and calling me an Afghan terrorist. Please don't act like this towards people like me. If you don't know, I'm not Muslim I'm Sikh."