Mysuru: A meditation hall constructed for the reformation of prisoners in Mysuru Central Prison has been renovated and services have been restarted by Brahma Kumaris after a gap of three years due to Covid – 19 pandemic.
Speaking after inaugurating the hall Chamaraja MLA L. Nagendra said that this is a special service being rendered by Brahma Kumaris and wished that prisoners have to shun the emotions of revenge and should be able to be relocated to their homes on the basis of improved manners and character.
Divyashree, Chief Superintendent of Mysuru Central Prison said that she is impressed by the transformation seen in some of the prisoners attending meditation classes regularly. Many of them are leading a pious life despite being in prison. She conveyed her regards to Brahma Kumaris for their selfless service.
B. K. Lakshmiji, Chief Coordinator of Brahma Kumaris, Mysuru Sub Zone thanked Lions Club and ‘Vikasana’, for their unstinted support in constructing the meditation hall 22 years back and to Prison authorities for providing space inside the prison.