The cycle has various components, including a switchboard to control all functions of the vehicle.
A switch present on the right handle controls the release of the disinfectant spray. On pressing the button, an attachment fixed behind the rear wheel starts spraying the disinfectant. A 5l container has been attached to the back of the cycle to store the liquid.
Abhijit has attached a tiny fan at the centre of the handle to relieve the cyclist of the heat. It also has a small music system to play songs at the click of a button. To make the process easy, lights have been attached both at the front and the back of the cycle.
Also, three wide mirrors have been attached, two in the handles and one in the centre, to facilitate better view and understanding of the place where the disinfectant is being sprayed.
Abhijit has named his creation V-Fighter IV as it combats disease-causing viruses.
The 32-year-old has a history of coming up with creative solutions to everyday problems. He has been interested in building the best out of waste ever since he was only six years of age.
Very recently, he built a three-stage disinfecting chamber called V-Fighter to fight disease-causing viruses and also used old television boxes to build makeshift shelters for stray dogs.