At the beginning March, many of the inmates at prison were reluctant to come for counseling sessions and to share their feelings with me. They abruptly said ‘Our problems are huge, Even God can’t solve it. What can you do for our problems? It is our fate, even our loved one has not accepted us, and rather they have neglected us. Please leave us to suffer alone the trauma.

However, this April month onwards, they have started to come forward voluntarily one by one in order share their feelings and problems with me.

Therefore I have belief in my work and I would love to do more work along with like-minded people in order to reduce re-offending rate in India.

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