A country that is free from pollution is what we all dream of and it will soon become a reality only if we actively participate in making the country pollution free. At the age of 63, Syed Sajjad Ahmed, a man from Kolar wished to do something for the people of his country about which most of the youth of the country hardly care about. His enthusiasm to do something for the humanity is now an inspiration for many. About 15 years ago, Syed came to Bengaluru from Kolar and started working as a fruit vendor. He then opened a small shop where he used to repair televisions and radio sets. He had a passion for innovation that slowly developed and he started making television antennas on his own. He even designed a two-wheeler for people with disabilities.
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Now, with his solar car, this innovator has kick-started a campaign against pollution and corruption in India. He started on a journey from Raj Bhavan in Bengaluru on Nov. 1, 2015, and will cover a distance of 1,740 kilometres to reach the Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi. On his special car, which runs at a speed of 100 kms per hour, he will drive through Hindupur, Anantapur, Kurnool, Mahaboobnagar, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Itarsi, Jhansi and Agra. His plan is to reach Delhi in a month and to participate in the India International Science Fair in the first week of December.A school dropout, Syed spends one-fourth of his earnings to design energy sufficient devices and another 25 percent on social service. Earlier, he had spent about four years and Rs. 10 lakh to develop electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers for differently-abled people, before making this solar-powered four-wheeler worth Rs. 50,000.
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