'Government Babu' was seen stamping with the speed of lightning, people said - this is 6G speed - Newztezz Online

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'Government Babu' was seen stamping with the speed of lightning, people said - this is 6G speed

A video of an employee stamping documents at lightning speed is going viral. This video has been shared by Jharkhand Deputy Collector Sanjay Kumar on the social media platform Twitter and he has termed it as 6G speed.

It is generally believed that government works are very slow. Whether you go to a government bank or any other government office, seeing the slow motion work of 'Babu' people here will blow your mind. If you just want to get a document signed, even then it takes several days to get this small work done. You must have rarely seen an employee working fast in a government office , but nowadays a video is going viral on social media , which has surprised everyone.

Actually, in this video, an employee is seen stamping the documents at the speed of lightning. Anyone would be stunned to see his speed. In the video, you can see how an employee sitting in an office that looks like a government office is stamping documents at a very high speed. Both his hands are moving as if a machine is running. After watching this video, you will forget the employees working at the speed of turtle in government offices. Although this is a view of some government office or somewhere else, there is no information about it, nor is it known who this person is, who is working so fast.

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This thought-provoking video has been shared by Jharkhand Deputy Collector Sanjay Kumar on the social media platform Twitter and has written in the caption, '6G speed…!!'. In fact, it is not less than 6G speed, because you must have seen machines working at this speed.

This video of just 45 seconds has been viewed more than 5 thousand times so far, while hundreds of people have also liked the video and given different reactions. One user has written, 'His artistry is more than the speed of the internet', while another user has written that this is called experience.

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