Udaipur engineer develops rescue device “Pataal Rakshak”


Udaipur engineer develops rescue device “Pataal Rakshak”

After witnessing number of incidences where children die after falling into open bore well, Udaipur’s engineer has come up with a device “Pataal Rakshak”, a life saving instrument to rescue those ill fated children.

 
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Udaipur engineer develops rescue device “Pataal Rakshak”

After witnessing number of incidences where children die after falling into open bore well, Udaipur’s engineer has come up with a device “Pataal Rakshak”, a life saving instrument to rescue those ill fated children.

Though the instrument is yet to get final approval by Central Government but Dr. Rakshit Ameta, inventor of Pataal Rakshak is confident that his invention is a real life saver.

Working as an Assistant Professor in a private college of Udaipur, Rakshit started working on the rescue instrument a year ago.

Udaipur engineer develops rescue device “Pataal Rakshak”

in photo: Rakshit Ameta is demonstrating the Pataal Rakshak with his son.

Ameta claims that his device can go inside the deep bore well with the help of 3 strings or ropes attached to it and the victim can be rescued within 2 hours of the incident. The instrument has a CCTV camera and an audio mic. Supply of oxygen is also made available to the victim.

“After seeing several incidences, I started working on the basic idea. Due to continuous support from my family, the idea came into shape and finally the device was made,” said Rakshit.

“I already sent a proposal to Central Government for approval and hope to see rescue teams using Pataal Rakshak for any such mishap. One unit of Pataal Rakshak will be available in market for Rs.10,000,” added Rakshit.

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