Nizamabad young people establishes weapon to shoo away apes
Nizamabad: Mahesh Reddy was frequently thinking about brand-new developments to damage without the shenanigans of the apes. The suggestion of ape weapon was birthed from that.
Mahesh Reddy done Monkey Gun at Nizamabad Parade Ground as component of Independence Diamond Festival parties. Pothu Kuri Mahesh Reddy originated from a farming family members of Yerragatla, Armoor department in Nizamabad area. His advancement name is ape weapon.
Speaking regarding his advancement he stated, “I am a farmer faced lot of problems with monkeys, birds and pigs which are destroying my fields I used crackers for sending them away from my fields but it is very expensive and also it pollutes the environment. So I thoughts about this new idea instead of using crackers I prepared a monkey gun with PVC pipes and calcium carbonate and a lighter.”
“I have taken 3 grams of calcium carbide into the instruments which is prepared with PVC pipes and added 5 ml of water to the carbide which taken into the pipe and I closed after10 seconds I hit the lighter already attached to the pipe then it makes bigger noise which covers 5 acres of my field, at every time only 25 paise may be the expenditure, it will more helpful to the farmers I prepared this instrument with only 500 rupees,” he educated.
“Today I am participating in Indenta innovator programme at Nizamabad Parade ground on the occasion of Independent Day. Science Officer K Ganga helped me to participate in this programme,” he included.
Minister Vimal Prashant Reddy as well as area Collector Narayan Reddy honred him with certifications in behalf of Telangana State Innovation Cell.