Baking behind bars

  • | Thursday | 17th October, 2019

K V Navya ByExpress News ServiceCHENNAI: When 16-year-old Ruben* entered the Kelly’s juvenile home after committing a murder in 2017, little did he imagine that he would be baking cookies and cakes in the same premises, two years later. Having mastered the art of baking along with four other inmates, they are all set to sell fresh baked goodies at a kiosk set up inside the juvenile home, from next week. “After some brainstorming, I thought that baking could be a nice source of income. For the short time that the inmates are here, they can undergo baking training for 45 days and later go out and work in a bakery. The inmates also take up bulk orders and party orders or individual orders for cookies and cakes.

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