KARIMNAGAR, OCTOBER 02, 2023: Telangana State Child Rights Commission member Anumandla Shoba Rani has called upon the students to follow the path shown by Mahatma Gandhi and his principles of discipline, integrity and non-violence.
She was participating in the Gandhi jayanthi celebrations at Kapil Bala kuteer at Housing board colony in Karimnagar town on Monday. Paying floral tributes to the Father of the nation, Shobha Rani urged students to follow Mahatma Gandhi’s principles of truth and non-violence. She said that the students should start practising the two principles in their daily lives. They might not understand the true meaning or significance of the principles but, nevertheless, they should start practising those. For, even for adults it was difficult to understand those.
The students should read about Gandhiji, she said and appealed to them to read a chapter or a few pages a day and reflect on what they read. She told the participants that living by Gandhiji’s principles or following his path brought about changes, which were slow. She also enlightened the students and others to dial 1098 child helpline for any problem of the children for instant solution. Child welfare committee chairman Dhanalaxmi, CWC members Rendla Kalinga Shekhar, Vijaya and Radha, ICPS social worker Ramesh, trust superintendent Krishnaveni and Srinivas and others were also present.