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Gemini Edibles and Fats inaugurates Bharosa centre for women and kids
Saturday, 04 July, 2020, 14 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Gemini Edibles and Fats India Private Limited (GEF India), the marketers and refiners of Freedom Healthy Cooking Oils as a part of their CSR initiative, have supported the setting up of ‘Bharosa- Support Centre for Women and Children'. 

The inauguration was done by Dr V Ravinder, Commissioner of Police, Warangal, in the presence of Rajeevgandhi Hanumanthu, Collector of Warangal, along with P Chandrashekhara Reddy, VP, sales and marketing, Freedom Healthy Cooking Oils, along with senior leaders of GEF India.
This collaboration represents the strong relationship between GEF India and the Telangana police, who mutually strive to improve and provide outstanding service to the community.

The centre will be managed by an all-women team comprising 8-10 officers and one inspector. It will be equipped to facilitate immediate, emergency and non-emergency access to a range of services including medical, legal, psychological and counselling support under one roof to fight against any forms of violence against women both in private and public spaces.

The Commissioner of Police, Dr V Ravinder, said, “Safety and well-being of women and children is the top most priority for the police. The state government has been taking several steps to ensure the safety and security of women. The new ‘Bharosa Centre’ managed by all women team will provide a safe approachable space for women and children in distress, is a concrete step in this direction.”

“We urge women, not to be silent sufferers, but to voice their issues at Bharosa Centre and help us help them. We thank Gemini Edibles & Fats India Pvt Ltd for extending their support in helping us set up this centre,” he added.

P Chandrashekhara Reddy, VP, sales and marketing, Freedom Healthy Cooking Oils, said, “At GEF India, we are always looking at ways to encourage women safety and making them self reliant. In the past, we have organised several workshops for women to make them independent. As a part of our CSR initiative, we are happy and proud to support the Police department in setting up a ‘Bharosa Centre – For Women and Children’.”

“The Bharosa Centre is set up as per the guidelines from the Director-General of Police to provide speedy redressal of grievances ensuring prompt justice to women and children in distress. Hope this centre will improve the safety and quality of life of women,” he added.
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