- CM Yogi listens to problems of 225 people at Janata Darshan
- Instructions given to officials for speedy and satisfactory disposal of problems
By Our Correspondent
Gorakhpur: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath instructed the administration and police officials to listen to people with utmost seriousness, sensitivity and attention, as well as to ensure effective solutions to all their problems. He added that any kind of negligence in this work will not be tolerated.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath heard about 225 people during Janata Darshan held in front of Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Bhawan of Gorakhnath temple complex on Thursday morning. After listening to the issues of the public patiently, he gave necessary directions to the concerned officials standing nearby to solve them promptly and to their satisfaction.
CM Yogi referred everyone’s prayer letters to the concerned officials along with providing instructions for the speedy and satisfactory disposal and assured people that no injustice would be done to anyone during his tenure.
He further added that those who do not have permanent housing will get houses under ‘PM-CM Awas Yojana’. “For those in need of medical care, arrangements will be made to ensure that they receive comprehensive treatment. Financial constraints will not hinder anyone’s access to treatment”, he Chief Minister asserted.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath assured that the government will provide complete help for the treatment of those seeking financial help. Handing over their applications to the officials, he directed officials to complete the estimation process as soon as possible and make it available to the government so that the required funds could be released for the same. He further directed the officials to make Ayushman cards for all the needy.
In matters related to police and revenue, the Chief Minister instructed the officials to expedite resolution of each case. The Chief Minister also directed the officials to teach a befitting lesson to those engaged in encroaching illegally on private, or public lands. “Also, houses should be built for the poor and needy. Officers should always keep public welfare work on priority and ensure prompt resolution of every victim’s problem”, he remarked.