BJP Yuva Morcha Leader Rupesh Sawarkar, State Executive Member of Maharashtra BJYM made the best of his day by celebrating Raksha Bandhan with The Muncherjee Nowrojee Banajee Industrial Home for the Blind in Jogeshwari and the Atmasadhana Orphanage in Veera Desai, Andheri Mumbai.
The Yuva Morcha leader Rupesh spent a day with the specially-abled youth of Maharashtra at their residence in Jogeshwari by having lunch and organizing a small get together. He quoted, “Sometimes being a brother is even better than being a superhero.” as he smiled and received Rakhis from them.
Rupesh is well known for his work amongst the youth of Maharashtra through his Charity foundation Sawarkar Foundation in which he aided the warriors of COVID-19 during the pandemic and also teamed up with Actor Sanjay Dutt for provided meals and supplies to families that were affected by the crises in the state.
Making it this far, Rupesh understands that great values and true happiness comes from such little moments and times that we spend with the ones who have no one to cheer them up. The Yuva Morcha leader Rupesh Sawarkar goes with the saying, “I am for the people and by the people, always.” – This shows his unique nature of nobility and kind gesture of humanity in the society. Sawarkar spent quality time at the Muncherjee Nowrojee Banajee Industrial Home for the Blind and spoke to them and understood that they are indeed talented in many other ways. He assured them that his support will always be by their side and will do everything in his will to empower such beautiful young minds.
Rupesh also was invited on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan to an Orphanage in Veera Desai, Andheri West Mumbai. He spent time at the orphanage with the youth and distributed gifts to all. The youth was very fond of his gesture as a young leader of the society, they tied Rakhis and also shared sweets to embrace the bond of brotherhood with Sawarkar. It was indeed a beautiful yet emotional gesture for the BJYM State Executive Member.
We asked Rupesh to share his experience on his Raksha Bandhan Celebrations, he said, “This was an emotional yet a very happy moment for me, not everyone understands how precious such moments are. The little things that we do in life to put a smile on someone else’s face are what truly matters, nothing else is more valuable than being there for someone when they have no one to look up to. I am truly overwhelmed and grateful to God for the time I got to spend at the Muncherjee Nowrojee Banajee Industrial Home for the Blind in Jogeshwari and the Atmasadhana Orphanage in Veera Desai, Andheri Mumbai.“