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Telangana Boy's Wonder Device

07-06-201907-06-2019 13:07:37 IST
Updated On 07-06-2019 13:09:25 ISTUpdated On 07-06-20192019-06-07T07:37:37.122Z07-06-2019 2019-06-07T07:37:33.583Z - 2019-06-07T07:39:25.846Z - 07-06-2019

Telangana Boy's Wonder Device

Every year 1000s of farmers die across India of electrocution while working in their fields. As per a report between 2014 to 2019 January, 40,000 people died of electrocution in India. The states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana alone account for nearly 5% of these total deaths. To counter this, this youngster from Telangana has come up with a creative solution. A battery operated electricity sensor which runs with the help of remote control. This device can prevent a number of lives if set up not just in farms but even in homes. 

So, how does this device work?


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