Timely help cures woman, unite with family

Timely help cures woman, unite with family

Brings back smile

Manjula before treatment

Manjula, a mother of three , was suffering from mental sickness and had left home with her one year old kid following a petty quarrel with her grandmother.

The officials of social welfare department, who came to know about the incident had shifted her to the Manasa Samsthe of Karuna Trust, in Mysore for treatment.

Proper treatment and good care by the staff of Manasa since last March was successful and she became normal in just two months. Till then her children were in the safe custody of Bapuji Child Care Home in Mysore.

The members of Karuna Trust and officials of the department witnessed the re-union of the dispersed family in Chamarajanagar.


Taluk Social Welfare Officer K Jagadish said the department would extend help to Manjula for her living.

A cow would be given under Taluk Panchayat Scheduled Caste category. Besides, she would be temporarily given job as ‘D’ group employee in the department.

Manjula said she is now normal and healthy. She was happy to return home where she would stay with her sister Chayavathi and granny Ningamma and would take care of her children.

Social Welfare Officer S Prathiba said the department would help those suffering from mental problems and also provide financial aid for their treatment.

Srinivas Yadav of Manasa Samsthe, Pushpa, Siddaveerappa of Karuna Trust and others were present.