Father-son built statue of Prime Minister out of scrap in southern India
A statue of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, made entirely of scrap material by father and son with other helpers in southern India's Andhra Pradesh. The incident took place in Tenali.
Visuals shot on September 12 feature the low angle view of the statue. Following this, a micro zoom view of the scraped materials is shaped around.
The duo identified as Katuri Ravi Chandra the son and Katuri Venkateswara Rao the father along with 10 helpers have built the sculpture.
It was reported, two tons of Discharges Automobile scraps like bike chains, Gear wheels, rods, nuts, bolts, other broken unusable metal pieces were used to make Narendra Modi which is a 14 feet height sculpture. Furthermore, the statue will be erected in the neighboring state of Karnataka, Bengaluru city shortly.