Vrajesh Unadkat, a newly elected Surat MC Corporator comes with innovative ways to help the poor
Vrajesh Unadkat is a young and dynamic politician from Surat. Hailing from the textile city, known for his innovation. He was recently elected as a counselor at the Surat Municipal Corporation and was recently chosen for the tenure and as like his innovation in winning elections, he is also replicating the same by requesting his friends to give him old newspapers rather than giving his bouquet and garlands. He says he will sell them off to raise funds for the needy students.
The politician who won the election on a BJP ticket claims that he is going to sell all the old newspapers given to him to buy notebooks for the poor students. He happens to be a native of Jasdan and had been based in Surat when he turned active in politics. Vrajesh Unadkat along with his wife Priyanka was seen collecting from flat owners in the residential areas since 2016. Heading the office of his political career, he started his campaign again to collect 'raddi' and old books and started selling them in the market to earn big money to distribute the same to the poor students who are based in the nearby localities in Surat.
Vrajesh Unadkat has been known in the real estate world and has got the ticket just recently for his party in order to contest from this ward 21 in the recently held elections at the SMC. He was quick to post his special appeal to bring in 'raddi' and old books for him instead of bringing in flowers and garlands to wish him for his victory. With this appeal, the members of BYM came with 300 KG of 'raddi' at his residence while others also donated the same. To date he has collected 'raddi' from more than 2800 houses in Athwalines, Surat over the past few years to help the poor and needy students.