Anand Mahindra offers assistance to disabled man who makes vehicles out of E-Waste

Anand Mahindra, chairman of Mahindra group who is known for the knack of his entrepreneurship skills is active on the social media platform more often than not. He always chips in with interesting, inspiring and entertaining posts.

The business magnate is often known to assist micro-entrepreneurs, encourage innovators and back the startups of common people in the country. The coolest business tycoons in India is an inspiration to millions of youngsters and at the same time, he is loved for his sense of humour and wittiness.

Anand Mahindra, the Chairman of Mahindra group had recently offered job to Rickshawala after watching his innovation.

Meanwhile, Anand Mahindra offered to help 60-year-old specially-abled entrepreneur identified as Vishnu Patel who uses old electronic materials and waste electronic items to make vehicles. Vishnu Patel cannot hear since birth but has the special talent of making environment-friendly vehicles.

According to news agency ANI, Vishnu Patel built around seven battery-operated bikes and all are made out of waste material and are environment-friendly too.

“People throw away the waste but I’m making bikes out of it. I want to make 3-wheelers for divyangs that can also carry their families simultaneously,” he added.

Recently, a Twitter user had shared Vishnu’s story and then tagged Anand Mahindra, who had later offered to assist as he found Vishnu’s ideas interesting.

Mahindra took to Twitter and wrote, “Fabulous story. I’ll reach out to him to see if I can invest in upgradations for his workshop. In fact, he’s inspired me to personally set aside ₹1 cr as an initial fund to invest in micro-entrepreneurs like him in the country. So much talent & innovation waiting for recognition.”