Actor Surya, Minister Sengottaiyan, and the public who attended the ceremony by Agaram foundation, were all fascinated by the words of a student who described the hardships she had experienced in her life.
Actor Surya's Agaram Foundation is working to provide quality education to underprivileged community students in rural areas.
At a function held on behalf of the Agaram Foundation in Thyagarayanagar, Chennai, the Minister of School Education KA Sengottaiyan released the book "Vithiyasam thaan azhagu" (Difference is the Beauty) by author Sa. Madasamy.
Actor Surya, Ramraj Cotton founder Chancellor Nagaraj and Satyabhama University chaplain Maria Jeena Johnson were present.
At the time, a student from Thanjavur district described the path of her education, the role of the Agram Foundation on that path, which made the listener fascinated.
Losing a father who was suffering from cancer, relying on one's mother's daily wage and sharing how her life was moving through the Charity Foundation.
Actor Surya, who listened to the student's family's story, came up and embraced and comforted the student. Later, speaking at the function, he said that 100 government schools in the most deprived areas of Tamil Nadu would be selected, with a plan to empower them with hands-on education and naming them as "affiliates".