From our Correspondent
MANGALDAI, October 7: “No man is born as crimil. A person becomes a crimil under particular circumstances when the person fails to control his temper, anger or emotion. If the society fails to provide such persons scope to repent and reform, then some of them become habitual crimils and cause more damage or loss to the entire society. The prisons are like reformation centres and the inmates of prison should concentrate on development of their skills and talents,” said eminent litterateur, composer, and educationist-cum-former vice-president of Axam Xahitya Xabha (AXX), Idrish Ali while iugurating the newly-introduced wall magazine of Mangaldai District Jail recently.
At the initiative of the Superintendent of Mangaldai District Jail, Jon Dev Chowdhury, the jail authority, with the aim to offer a scope for creativity and development of the literary skills of the inmates, has introduced the wall magazine. Appreciating the initiative of the jail authority, Idrish Ali also said that great persolities like Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru wrote valuable books during their imprisonment inside the four walls. Jailor Munindra th Sarma, all the inmates of the jail and other staff also attended the function.