To empower women, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today inaugurated the newly constructed Bihan Cafatoria and Bihan Bazar Complex and Kalpataru Multi-Utility Center in village Serikheri at Adarsh ​​Village Temri under Raipur district. Inaugurating these through video conferencing at his residence office here, he said that these centers will prove to be important in providing women with self-respect and opportunities for living. Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Shri TS Singhdeo chaired the program.

    Chief Minister Mr. Baghel, while speaking on the occasion, said that only half of the population of the society will be integrated with the development of women. Keeping this in mind, every possible initiative is being taken by our government to make women self-reliant, including providing employment to women in Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that to enable women, they are constantly being connected to various activities and enterprises. Today two centers have been opened in Temri and Serikheri to connect women with enterprises. By opening more and more such centers, it will be expanded to the villages of the state, so that women can become financially competent in every village by engaging in professional activities. Chief Minister Mr. Baghel also interacted with the women of the villages of village Tamri and Serikheri and encouraged them to become competent and live with dignity.

    Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Shri TS Singhdev while addressing the program said that he appreciated the activities conducted in the village Temri and Serikhedi and said that it was important to increase the income of women. During this, MLA Mr. Satyanarayan Sharma, MLA Mr. Anita Sharma and District Panchayat President Mrs. Domeshwari Verma also addressed. It is noteworthy that Bihan Cafeteria will be operated by Jagriti Mahila Self-Help Group in Bihan Adarsh ​​Village Temri. Along with this, arrangements are being made to sell fresh fruits and vegetables coming from Gowthan in Bihan Fresh shop in Bihan Bazaar. With this, while the sale of the products of Gothan will benefit the women of other villages, the women of the women’s group of Temri will also benefit from it.