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An Indian man converted Wagonr into Helicopter

ByAnubhav Sharma

Mar 20, 2024

Ford endeavour is Coming back to India & enthusiasts and fans Eagerly Waiting for its Return to India. There are still some doubts though. But aside from Ford, an Indian man named Ishwar Deen invested over Rs 2.5 lakh into his endeavour. He converted an old Maruti Suzuki Wagnr into a Helicopter.

Ishwar Din and his brother From Ambedkar Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. two brothers undertook the ambitious task of converting a Maruti Suzuki Wagon R into a helicopter. However, their project was halted prematurely when the police intervened, seizing their creation for violating the Motor Regulations Act.

A video depicting the vehicle in police custody circulated on social media, prompting numerous comments from netizens

Helicopter For Wedding

Ishwar’s modified car also features a tail rotor of a helicopter, skillfully welded onto the rear of the vehicle. He explained that he made these eye-catching modifications to offer it as a unique transportation option for weddings and other special occasions. The people couldn’t afford a helicopter on rent and could have used it.

The police issued a challan of Rs 2,000 and asked to remove the back portion of the car. I have invested Rs 2.5 lakh in this car and worked day and night to make this,” Ishwar said.

There are similar vehicles

The man further said that his ‘rath’ (chariot) was intended to be used only during the wedding season and would not ply on the roads otherwise. He also pointed out that similar vehicles were operating in other regions such as Bihar and Pratapgarh. 

police seized the car

The police said the car was modified without proper authorization and paperwork under the Motor Vehicles Act. A car has to pass many checkpoints from coming on the road.

“A modified car has been seized. Due to the enforcement of the Model Code of Conduct, police have been conducting vehicle checks and this modified car was intercepted by traffic police during one such inspection. Modifications require permission from the RTO department, and the vehicle was seized under Section 207 of the Motor Vehicles Act. We are investigating further,” said Assistant Superintendent of Police Vishal Pandey.

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