Mysuru, January 29:- “Social work gives immense satisfaction,” opined former chairperson of Karnataka State Women’s Commission Manjula Manasa.
She was speaking after inaugurating an event at Chayadevi orphanage in the city on Monday.
“Birth and death are common in life. How we live is more important than how long we live. It is important to extend a helping hand to those who are in need. Though the government helps in providing education to the poor, the organisations and educational institutions should also extend their support for such a noble cause,” she added.
“When everyone thinks of helping the society, we can see a lot of progress,” said the president of the institution, D S Venkatesh Murthy.
Announcer of Akashavani Mysuru M S Bharathi, vice president Padma Venkatesh, M S Balasubramanyam, Rajendra Prasad Honnalagere and others were present. (MR/GK)