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Published in the 16-30 Apr 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

‘Unique power generator’?

Electricity, which is produced with the help of conventional and non-conventional energy sources, is the most important invention for Mankind but it needs various forms of fuels to be produced. Recently we had a vistor to our offices who claims to have the blueprint to build a unique power generator which, he claimed, would not at all consume any conventional or non-conventional form of energy like coal, water, oil, gas, air, sunlight or any chemical. He unfortunately lacks required funds for his project that promises to revolutionise and bring about all round prosperity at no extra cost.

The innovator, Mohammad Arshad, who is a matriculate by education and an accomplished electrical technician, confidently told us: "I think such a unique power generator has never been made in any part of the world till date. The electrical power of this generator can be used in trains, aeroplanes, ships, motor cars, light and heavy industries etc. Besides, it will not cause any kind of pollution including noise." However, when we enquired further about the mechanism of its working, he refused to divulge the theoretical explanation.

Expressing helplessness, Mr Arshad says, "I worked on this from 1978 till 1990 and achieved 75% success after investing Rs 15,000. I had to drop my programme because of lack of funds. Some parts and equipment I need to complete this generator are not available in India, and can be imported from Japan, Germany, USA or France which I cannot do."


However, he sees a ray of hope. He expects that philanthropists would certainly come to his help. He fervently wants to do a Mohammad Muzakkir, the famed Bangalore-based builder of microlight aircraft out of junk spares. "I hope if you give me some support, like providing me with a workshop with some small machinery and components according to my requirements for practical work, I can make this auto resources generator system. I give my assurance that this invention will be a wonder in itself and will greatly benefit the whole world," Mohammad Arshad passionately appealed. He can be contacted at: House No. 13/1682, Mutri Ban (Qazi) Street, Saharanpur-247001 (Uttar Pradesh), Telephone No. 0132-2614492.

Besides having worked on this power generator, Mohammad Arshad has other achievements to his credit. In 1980 he made a cinema projector-cum-movie camera. In 1986 he developed a petrol generator which ran on LPG. Again, in 1986 he made a ceiling fan with aircooling circuits which cools the fan. 
At a time when Muslim organisations boast of doing much for community welfare programmes as also providing scholarships to the genuinely needy, Mohammad Arshad becomes a fit case for help. Extending a helping hand by way of monetary and other resources for his programme will allow hims to prove his ideas. 

—Danish A. Khan  

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