Socare work with kids inspires
The article about the charity helping India’s prison orphans was really inspiring (‘Raising India’s prison orphans’, June 7).
The children of the prisoners really are the invisible victims of the crimes committed by their parents. I could clearly feel the mental trauma of the children from the article.
Big salute to the philanthropists late Venkataraghavachari Mani, and also his wife Saroja and daughter Sumathi, for their work to help these children by giving them food, shelter, education and love. JALAJA RAVISHANKAR, SHARJAH It was so heart-warming to read about the efforts of Society’s Care for the Indigent (Socare) to help prison orphans.
No child in this world is born to suffer the stigma of criminality, but circumstances have led them to be in this situation.
Organisations like Socare play a big role in improving the pathetic conditions of these innocent victims.
We feel so small in front of great people, like Venkataraghavachari, who have dedicated their lives to improving the lot of the downtrodden. I hope his work proves