Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has instructed officials to listen to address people’s problems with the utmost seriousness, sensitivity, and attention, as well as ensure satisfactory solutions. He added that any kind of negligence in this work will not be tolerated.
The Chief Minister heard people on the second consecutive day of Janata Darshan at Gorakhnath temple complex on October 3 morning.
After listening to their issues patiently, he gave necessary directions to the officials present there to resolve them on priority.
He also referred everyone’s prayer letters to the concerned authorities along with instructions for the speedy and satisfactory disposal of each person’s problem.
He also assured people that no injustice would be done to anyone during his tenure.
CM Yogi Adityanath directed the officers to investigate why some people didn’t receive administrative support when they needed it.
He emphasised the need for providing immediate assistance to all victims and taking strict legal action against those involved in land encroachments.
To the patients seeking financial help for treatment, CM Yogi Adityanath assured all help, directing concerned officials to evaluate the estimated cost of treatment and make it available to the Government so that the required funds could be realised for the same at the earliest.
He said that adequate help would be provided for treatment from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also interacted with the children, accompanying parents at the Janata Darshan, inquired about their studies and offered them chocolates.
The Chief Minister also visited the Gaushala on the Gorakhnath temple premises, fed jaggery-puri to the cows and gave necessary instructions to the volunteers of the Gaushala.
(with inputs from ANI)