2.1 million liters of water was released from the dam; Photo: Indian Media
Chhattisgarh: In India, a government employee’s phone fell into the dam, which even a diver could not retrieve, so he drove the motor continuously for 3 days and threw out 2.1 million water, which could have irrigated 1500 acres of agricultural land.
According to Indian media, while taking a selfie near a dam in the state of Chhattisgarh, Rajesh Vishwas’ precious mobile phone fell into deep water. A diver was also called to search for a mobile phone worth Rs 1 lakh.
On the failure of the diver, the civil servant devised a unique device and installed a 30-house-power motor to run it continuously for three days until there was less than a foot of water left in the reservoir.
The government employee got his mobile phone after wasting 21 lakh liters of water and gave the justification that the mobile phone also contained important government records and I had taken verbal permission from my senior to empty the dam.
However, the department did not accept the government employee’s excuse and suspended him.