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Arifwala man builds plane from scrap


 In Arifwala, Punjab, a determined individual has once again showcased remarkable ingenuity by constructing a small aircraft from scratch, marking a testament to human innovation and resourcefulness.

Muhammad Fayyaz, described as a “local engineer” with a matriculation level of education, has embarked on the ambitious project of building an aircraft entirely through self-reliance. Despite working as a popcorn seller and a security guard to make ends meet, Fayyaz managed to gather the necessary parts from scrap dealers and assemble the plane single-handedly.

This endeavor is not new to Fayyaz. Five years ago, he undertook a similar venture and successfully constructed his first airplane. However, his efforts were met with legal hurdles when authorities arrested him during a trial run. Undeterred by the setback, Fayyaz persisted in his passion for aviation and is now seeking official approval from government authorities to fly his latest creation.

Reflecting on his journey, Fayyaz expressed confidence in his ability to build an even better aircraft if provided support from the government. His determination to pursue his dreams despite challenges is both inspiring and commendable.

In the face of adversity, Muhammad Fayyaz’s story serves as a reminder of the power of human determination and resilience. With the right support and encouragement, individuals like Fayyaz can continue to push the boundaries of innovation, contributing to the advancement of technology and inspiring future generations.

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