In solar car with a message - Say ‘no' to corruption and pollution
Syed Sajjad Ahmed (58), a fruit vendor turned businessman dealing with electrical accessories in Bangalore, is in a solar car travelling 1,000 km in South India to spread awareness on the need to say ‘no' to corruption and pollution.
For him, they are the greatest evils. Corruption pushes the poor to a further poorer stage, while pollution causes a major dent to the quality of life of the poorest.
Mr. Ahmed spends 25 per cent of his earnings to design energy efficient vehicles and another 25 per cent on social service. read more →
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