Governor hosts virtual At Home for inmates of Bala Sadans

Hyderabad, Jan 26: Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan on Tuesday hosted a virtual At Home for the inmates of the Bala Sadans across the State.

As the regular At Home could not be conducted as part of the Covid-19 preventive measures at the Raj Bhavan on the occasion of Republic Day, the Governor instead interacted with the inmates of Bala Sadans in a virtual mode and motivated them to work diligently to realise their dreams.

“This is the happiest and memorable Republic Day for me, as I interacted with the inmates of Bala Sadans . They are having great confidence, communication skills and the dreams to realise and goals to achieve to serve the underprivileged in future,” the Governor added.

Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan assured all the children that they would be invited to the Raj Bhavan when conditions become normal and would give them a treat. “You will be my special guests at the Raj Bhavan very soon,” she added.

The children were thrilled to interact with the Governor and many of them told that they were inspired by the Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan and Ms Divya Devarajan, the commissioner, women development and child welfare.


The Governor was moved by the suffering that some  children had to go through at the hands of their relatives before their joining the Bala Sadans.

A couple of children exhibited their singing talents and each of them, whoever got the chance to interact at  the virtual meet, narrated their stories and dreams in a moving way.

The Governor appreciated the efforts of  State Government in taking the best possible care of the children in Bala Sadans.

She called upon the activists, philanthropists, and others to join hands in helping the Bala Sadans’ children realize their dreams and make it big in life.

The Indian Red Cross Society functionaries too joined the virtual interaction and pledged their support to the Bala Sadans in their respective areas.

Secretary to Governor K. Surendra Mohan and other senior officers were present.

-Press note

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