Indian Farmer Buys Helicopter Worth Rs 30 Crore To Avoid Traffic Jams
Troubled by the waste of time from traffic during business trips, Indian farmer and entrepreneur came up with a very unique solution to this problem.
He bought a helicopter for 300 million Indian rupees (more than 65 million Pakistani rupees) so that he would not face any traffic problems during the journey.
According to the reports of Indian media, Janardhan Bhoir, who hails from a village called Vadape in Maharashtra, has also hired a pilot, two engineers and five bodyguards for the helicopter, who were paid Rs 1 million a month. will go.
“Even if I have to go to Mumbai (50 km from the village), my whole day is wasted due to traffic. I also travel to other states at least four times a month. It was a waste of time and I decided to buy a helicopter,” he said
Janardhan belongs to a farming family and lives in the village with his wife and two sons.
According to the report, a helipad was also constructed at Janardhan’s residence on the arrival of a helicopter on a trial basis.
Permission was also obtained from the local administration to have a helicopter and a 3-acre helipad, and the business will be able to get the helicopter on March 15.
A helicopter maintenance workshop has also been built near the helipad.
The family owns a 5-acre farm where rice and vegetables are grown and also runs a dairy farm, for which 300 cows have been purchased.
According to Janardhan, these cows are not available locally and we often have to travel to Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana to buy them.
Janardhan is also part of the real estate business and owns several warehouses.
In fact, apart from their power loom industry, they are also known for their warehouses.
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