Hailakandi, June 16, There is no dearth of talent in rural India. A local motor mechanic of Bhangabazaar of Karimganj district in Barak Valley of South Assam has developed a luxury car using local resources. Nurul Haque, who works in a garage, took eight months to develop a model of a Lamborghini car. Haque has not completed any motor mechanical course but his interests and skill helped him to develop this. He spent rupees six lakh twenty thousand for making the car.
Haque said that he has utilised the time during corona curfew and made this extraordinarily sophisticated car. Lamborghini cars are generally found in the cosmopolitan cities. He said that he always thinks about innovation in life. The work of Nurul Haque has been praised by all sections of people.
While praising the work of Nurul Haque, the general secretary of Sarva Dharma Samanway Sabha, HM Amir Hussain said that the lack of talent in the rural areas is sometimes caught by modern discoveries by different people in different regions. Similarly, proof of his talent was found through the art work of this youth, he added.
Nurul Haque said that he would travel the country driving this car with the message of peace, harmony, brotherhood, and humanity in the society. He said there are some more plans in the future.