Offering hope beyond prison gates


Second chance: Pakyalakshmi (centre) posing with her students comprising ex-convicts and single mothers at the centre in Jalan Mengkuang. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

BUKIT MERTAJAM: As someone who manned the phone lines at a police station, she too is a frontliner.

Telephone operator KS Pakyalakshmi Subramanian, who is based at a police station in Bandar Perda here, is bent on reaching out to minor offenders and former convicts to help them pick themselves up again.

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